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The latest coronavirus infection rates for every borough in Greater Manchester as five areas see rises

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direct to your inboxThe use of coronavirus testing in schools could be behind rises in infection rates in five areas of Greater Manchester, the latest figures suggest.Figures from Public Health England show that cases rose by 19 per cent in Tameside and 18 per cent in Oldham in comparison to the figure a week ago, with smaller increases in Salford, Stockport and Trafford.Cases fell in the other five boroughs, with the largest decrease being 25 per cent in Bury.Statistics show that there were more than 450 positive cases recorded in Greater Manchester on each day schools returned last week.There were 461 cases identified on March 8 and March 9, and 465 cases on March 10.Get the latest updates from across Greater Manchester direct to your.

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