The areas of Chorley where Covid cases have fallen and where they have risen in the last week

The latest figures show where cases of Covid 19 are falling fastest across Chorley and where they were rising in the run up to Easter.

Thursday, 8th April 2021, 11:50 am
Updated Thursday, 8th April 2021, 12:12 pm
The areas of Chorley where Covid cases have fallen and where they have risen in the last week

Now with shielding coming to an end and the stay at home message dropped, we reveal which neighbourhoods have seen the biggest drop and rise in case rates per 100,000 people between 25 March and 1 April.

This is how Preston and South Ribble compare to Chorley in the latest figures.

The images used are for illustrative purposes only and not linked to the data.

Brindle & Withnell has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 100%, from a rate of 48.9 on March 25 to a rate of 0 on April 1.
Chorley Town & South has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 100%, from a rate of 60.9 on March 25 to a rate of 0 on April 1.
Eccleston & Charnock Richard has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 100%, from a rate of 52.2 on March 25 to a rate of 0 on April 1.
Coppull has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 100%, from a rate of 35.8 on March 25 to a rate of 0 on April 1.
Whittle-le-Woods & Anglezarke has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 71%, from a rate of 155.7 on March 25 to a rate of 44.5 on April 1.
Clayton-le-Woods has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 67%, from a rate of 96.4 on March 25 to a rate of 32.1 on April 1.
Adlington & Rivington has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 40%, from a rate of 48.4 on March 25 to a rate of 29 on April 1.
Chorley East has seen rates of positive Covid cases rise by 28%, from a rate of 95.2 on March 25 to a rate of 122.3 on April 1.
Chorley North has seen rates of positive Covid cases rise by 40%, from a rate of 63 on March 25 to a rate of 88.2 on April 1.
Euxton has seen rates of positive Covid cases rise by 75%, from a rate of 47.8 on March 25 to a rate of 83.6 on April 1.
Croston & Mawdesley has seen rates of positive Covid cases rise by 92%, from a rate of 148.7 on March 25 to a rate of 284.9 on April 1.
Clayton Brook has seen rates of positive Covid cases rise from a rate of zero on March 25 to a rate of 107.3 on April 1.
Chorley South West has seen rates of positive Covid cases rise from a rate of zero on March 25 to a rate of 31.8 on April 1.