The areas of Swansea where Covid rates are the highest right now

The areas of Swansea where coronavirus is the most prevalent have been revealed in the latest set of statistics released by Public Health Wales.

The data, which is for the time period of November 13 to November 19, shows that the city’s average cases per 100,000 people currently stands at 468.8.

This is compared to the all Wales average of 502. The highest case rate in Wales at the moment is in Gwynedd, which has 855 cases per 100,000 population.

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But more of a localised breakdown across Swansea has revealed the areas of the city where rates are the highest.

A breakdown of each area shows that Llanmorlais and Three Crosses is currently the highest with 847 cases per 100,000 population, followed by Gorseinon with a rate of 808.3 and West Gower with a rate of 772.5.

Gorseinon is also the area with the highest number of cases – currently 86.

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Here’s a list of case rates in every area of the city:

Llanmorlais and Three Crosses – 43 cases (847 cases per 100,000)

Gorseinon – 86 cases (808.3 cases per 100,000)

West Gower – 49 cases (772.5 cases per 100,000)

Morriston South – 52 cases (684.3 cases per 100,000)

St Thomas – 51 cases (616.7 cases per 100,000)

Llangyfelach and Tircoed – 51 cases (606.6 cases per 100,000)

Llansamlet – 42 cases (597.7 cases per 100,000)

Cockett – 43 cases (593.4 cases per 100,000)

Morriston North – 52 cases (586.6 cases per 100,000)

Ravenhill – 48 cases (569.6 cases per 100,000)

Mayals and Bishopston – 33 cases (567.7 cases per 100,000)

Birchgrove – 44 cases (545.6 cases per 100,000)

West Cross – 35 cases (537.9 cases per 100,000)

Clydach and Mawr – 48 cases (503.7 cases per 100,000)

Pontarddulais – 33 cases (493.6 cases per 100,000)

Mumbles and Newton – 35 cases (472.4 cases per 100,000)

Loughor – 41 cases (429.4 cases per 100,000)

Sketty – 27 cases (424.8 cases per 100,000)

Dunvant and Upper Killay – 23 cases (409.4 cases per 100,000)

Killay – 20 cases (398.9 cases per 100,000)

Tycoch – 32 cases (390.8 cases per 100,000)

Mynyddbach – 35 cases (385 cases per 100,000)

Penderry – 37 cases (383.7 cases per 100,000)

Cwmbwrla – 26 cases (332.4 cases per 100,000)

Gowerton – 22 cases (327.6 cases per 100,000)

Uplands – 31 cases (319.5 cases per 100,000)

Townhill – 27 cases (296.8 cases per 100,000)

Landore – 29 cases (281.8 cases per 100,000)

Brynmill – 23 cases (225.8 cases per 100,000)

Central Swansea – 13 cases (126.4 cases per 100,000)

The areas of the country recording the highest numbers of new Covid cases in the latest figures are Cardiff with 252, Flintshire with 147, Gwynedd with 142, RCT with 133, Swansea with 123, Vale of Glamorgan with 121, Carmarthenshire with 120 an Wrexham with 119.

Meanwhile Caerphilly had 115 new cases, Newport had 97, Conwy had 87, Pembrokeshire and Neath Port Talbot both had 82, Powys and Denbighshire both had 80 and Bridgend had 75.

The local authorities recording the fewest cases were Anglesey with 52, Monmouthshire with 50, Torfaen with 42, Merthyr Tydfil with 36, Blaenau Gwent with 34, and Ceredigion with 14.

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