How many coronavirus cases are there in your neighbourhood?
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New figures have broken down where coronavirus cases have been reported in communities across Suffolk.
The latest data, released by the Government, covers the period from Friday, October 9 up to Thursday, October 15.
Where are the highest numbers of cases in Suffolk?
The highest case numbers reported in Suffolk in the last week were in Needham Market South & Great Blakenham and Rendlesham, Orford & Hollesley which both reported 10 cases each.
Seven areas reported eight cases in their localities including the Christchurch Park area of Ipswich and Sudbury.
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Where are the lowest?
At the other end of the scale many of our neighbourhoods continued to show low case numbers.
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In total 34 of our local areas reported between 0 and 2 cases in the week measured.
Most of the areas with very low cases were in East Suffolk, which has the seen its coronavirus infection rate drop in recent days.