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Covid-19 - A Quick Guide for Parents/Carers

Coming to school in a Bubble

 

If your child is returning to school in a 'bubble' this is a link for a great story to help explain what that will be like.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUXDX0WFyno

 

 

Daily Cases and the Rate of Coronavirus Infection within the Areas of Kent as from 31 st May 2020. (The rate is defined as per 100 000 people).

 

This information has been collated from the daily statistics published on the Gov.UK site. These daily publications

 reflect the cases and transmission rate for the previous day except 3 & 4.10.20 when an extra 15841 missed cases

were added nationally. The daily cases and rate will be collected and produced for each week as from the date the

government decided schools should re-open i.e.  1st June 2020. In addition, at the end of each week, other information

 will be collected from borough, county and regional levels from across England to provide a snapshot comparison with

 the areas within Kent. Kent Live reported that the figure for Ashford on 1.6.20 ie 625.8 was a rise of 89.8 in the rate per

 100 000 from 11 days previously. On 2.7.20 Public Health England changed the reporting methodology to include those

identified by testing in all settings (Pillars 1 & 2). On 4.8.20 reporting was moved to a BETA release site and some of the

 rates per 100 000 reduced. A new 3 Tier Alert system was introduced on 14.10.20. Cells are coloured as follows:- Red =

 increase from previous day, No Colour = no change, Green = decrease from previous day, Purple = increase > 40 cases a

 week, Navy = >100 cases a week, Burgundy = >150 cases pw., Blue = 200+cases  a week, Yellow = 300+ cases a week, Grey

 = 400+ cases pw and Black = 500+ cases pw with change of font colour for every next 100 cases. At 26.5.20 Ashford transmission

 rate was 589.4. Where cases rise 9+ in a single day, figures are made bold and italicised. On 9.4.21 the way cases are reported changed;

newly reported cases have been adjusted to reflect new cases.

AREA OF KENT

4.4.21

5.4.21

6.4.21

7.4.21

WEEK 45

Cases

Rate

Cases

Rate

Cases

Rate

Cases

Rate

Ashford

9746

7495.1

9747

7495.8

9752

7499.7

9753

7500.5

Canterbury

10083

6096.4

10083

6096.4

10083

6096.4

10095

6103.6

Dover

7832

6629.9

7835

6632.5

7837

6634.2

7835

6632.5

Folkestone/Hythe

8053

7126.8

8053

7126.8

8053

7126.8

8053

7126.8

Maidstone

12659

7367.3

12659

7367.3

12662

7369.1

12664

7370.2

Medway

26067

9357.9

26068

9358.3

26074

9360.4

26076

9361.1

Sevenoaks

6841

5665.4

6842

5666.3

6843

5667.1

6846

5669.6

Swale

13363

8903.8

13364

8904.5

13365

8905.1

13370

8908.5

Thanet

11391

8026.2

11396

8029.8

11400

8032.6

11403

8034.7

Tonbridge/Malling

8009

6060.4

8008

6059.6

8013

6063.4

8011

6061.9

Tunbridge Wells

5654

4762.3

5657

4764.8

5658

4765.7

5660

4767.4

 

AREA OF KENT

8.4.21

9.4.21

10.4.21

Number of new cases since 3.4.21

WEEK 45

Cases

Rate

Cases

Rate

Cases

Rate

Ashford

9757

7503.5

9737

7488.2

9737

7488.2

15

Canterbury

10098

6105.4

10015

6055.2

10032

6065.5

42

Dover

7836

6633.3

7811

6612.2

7816

6616.4

17

Folkestone/Hythe

8054

7127.7

8044

7118.8

8046

7120.6

3

Maidstone

12666

7371.4

12632

7351.6

12633

7352.2

8

Medway

26083

9363.6

26015

9339.2

26024

9342.5

35

Sevenoaks

6849

5672.0

6839

5663.8

6843

5667.1

15

Swale

13374

8911.1

13325

8878.5

13328

8880.5

18

Thanet

11407

8037.5

11384

8021.3

11381

8019.2

23

Tonbridge/Malling

8015

6064.9

7994

6049.0

7994

6049.0

13

Tunbridge Wells

5663

4769.9

5640

4750.5

5640

4750.5

10

 

The following chart helps to put the Kent cases and transmission rate into context by comparing Kent with the city/

county council areas/boroughs which are most affected. Data published on the Gov.UK site on Sunday 11th April showed Kent

had 113967 cases and a rate of 7206.0 per 100 000 people – 140 more cases (after adjustments) since the end of last week.

 

END of WEEK 45:10.4.21                 MOST AFFECTED CITY/COUNTY COUNCIL AREAS IN ENGLAND

Blackburn with Darwen

Knowsley

Barking and Dagenham

Redbridge

Sandwell

Cases:

18002

Rate:

12025.7

Cases:

17298

Rate:

11466.1

Cases:

23444

Rate:

11011.4

Cases:

32677

Rate:

10706.0

Cases:

33913

Rate:

10325.2

END of WEEK 45: 10.4.21                  MOST AFFECTED BOROUGHS IN ENGLAND

Blackburn with Darwen- as above

Knowsley – as above

Burnley

Barking and Dagenham – as above

Redbridge – as above

Cases:

Rate:

Cases:

Rate:

Cases:

9861

Rate:

11089.7

Cases:

Rate:

Cases:

Rate:

Lockdown was imposed again on 4.1.21 due to the total number of cases, cases within the over 60s, the rate of rise in

cases, the number of positive tests and the pressure on the NHS.

END of WEEK 45: 10.4.21   On 22.2.21, the government outlined the steps to slowly allow the whole country to emerge from lockdown. This will be in 4 steps. The first of these steps is described below.

 LOCKDOWN EASING

As from 12.4.21, STEP 2 will come into effect. In addition to STEP 1 measures, all shops are allowed to open; hairdressers, beauty salons and other close contact services can open; restaurants and pubs are allowed to serve food and drinks to customers sitting outdoors; gyms and spas can reopen, as can zoos, theme parks, libraries and community centres. Members of the same household can take a holiday in England in self- contained accommodation; weddings can be attended by 15 people and funerals by 30 people. In addition, children can attend any indoor activity and care home visitors will be increased to 2 people per resident.

All other indoor facilities such as museums, theatres, cinemas and children’s play areas remain closed.

 

 

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