COVID cases falling in every area of Peterborough- but city still has third highest rate in England
The number of recorded COVID cases fell in every area of Peterborough last week - but the city’s case rate remains the third highest in England.
In the seven days up to February 3, there were a total of 2,914 cases recorded in Peterborough - 890 fewer than the previous week.
The city recorded a rate of 1,438 cases per 100,000 people - the lowest rate since December 29 2021.
Each of the 22 neighbourhoods in the city saw a fall in cases last week.
On February 1 there were 131 people in hospitals run by North West Cambridgeshire NHS Foundation Trust - which includes Peterborough City Hospital - with COVID. The last time there were more patients in the hospitals with COVID was February 26 last year.