All 34 Surrey neighbourhoods with a coronavirus infection rate higher than England national average
The latest data shows a number of Surrey neighbourhoods that have infection rates that are higher than England's national average.
The latest figures for Surrey were released on July 21 and show how coronavirus is spreading in the week leading up to July 16. England's national average infection rate is 510.9.
On a hyperlocal level, in regards to Surrey's neighbourhoods, the infection rate is equivalent to 100,000 people in the week ending July 16.
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On a borough level, Epsom and Ewellhas the highest infection rates, with an infection rate of 579.2 cases per 100,000 people in the week ending July 17.
However, the neighbourhood with the highest infection rate is Reigate South Park, in Reigate and Banstead, which has an infection rate of 905.9. This is more than nearly double the national average.
Below is a list of the 34 Surrey neighbourhoods that have an infection rate higher than the England national average, ranked by boroughs or districts.
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