Peterborough: 957 cases (-375 compared to the previous week) Rate: 472.3

As Peterborough bids to tackle COVID issues, cases drop by nearly 400 - how each city neighbourhood compares

Earlier this week Peterborough and Cambridgeshire were granted Enhanced Response Area status to tackle the high COVID rate in the area - and in Peterborough cases have started to drop.

By Stephen Briggs
Wednesday, 3rd November 2021, 1:08 pm

The latest data shows that the case rate in the city on Thursday, October 28 was 472.3 - down from 657.4 the previous week.

Health chiefs in Peterborough have said schools are one of the biggest spreaders of COVID in the community - but now the spread was starting to reach older and more vulnerable residents.

In the seven days up to October 28, there were 957 cases in Peterborough - down by 375 from the previous week.

Of the 22 areas in the city, 18 saw a drop, with one area recording the same number of cases as the previous week. Three areas saw a small increase.

As part of the ERA status, residents are being urged to get vaccinated. For more information on when and where you can get the vaccine, visit

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