Latest government figures have revealed how coronavirus rates have fallen in each of Suffolk's districts in the last week.

Data released by the government for the week up to October 26 has been broken down into districts to show where the highest Covid rate is in the county.

According to the figures, East Suffolk is reporting the highest rate in the county at 86.6 cases per 100,000 people.

However, this has fallen from a figure of 146.3 from the week before.

Ipswich, Mid Suffolk and Babergh also saw significant drops in Covid rates, while West Suffolk reported a small decrease in the space of a week.

The current wave of the virus is being driven by a number of Covid variants that have been circulating for several months, including two that have now been named: Omicron BQ.1 and XBB.

These are being monitored for their potential to spread rapidly, but have not been designated variants of concern, the UK Health Security Agency said.