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Coronavirus: West Norfolk infection rate 'at lowest level in six months', figures show




Coronavirus infection rates in West Norfolk have fallen to their lowest level in nearly six months, according to new figures.

Data for the seven days up to last Tuesday, March 30, showed 46 confirmed cases in the borough, down by 19, or nearly 30 per cent, on the previous week.

And the overall infection rate stands at 30.4 cases per 100,000 people – the lowest since early October.

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The figure is the third of any of Norfolk’s seven district, but is only just above the overall county rate of 29.2

The Covid death toll at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital remains unchanged at 475, according to the latest figures from NHS England.

The most recent fatality at the Gayton Road site was recorded on March 21.



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