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Latest coronavirus infection rates for Greater Manchester as two boroughs continue to show rise

direct to your inboxThe number of coronavirus cases continues to fall in Greater Manchester - although more slowly than the national average.The latest data shows the infection rate in our region has fallen to 185.5 cases per 100,000 people.That represents a significant drop since rates climbed as high as 461.5 in January.But the rate in Greater Manchester is decreasing more slowly week by week when compared with England as a whole.It is down 8 per cent for the week ending February 17 while the national decrease is 21 per cent.Another cause for concern is the continuing increase in Covid-19 cases in two of our boroughs - Tameside and Bury.There were 427 positive tests in Bury over the week ending February 17, and that is 35 more than in the.

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