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Sandwell Covid-19 data and infection rate

This webpage shows the Covid-19 infection rate in Sandwell, including a breakdown of infection rate in our towns and wards. This is based on the latest available data and will be updated as regularly as possible.

Last updated: 10.40am Thursday 21 October 2021

Sandwell data

The current Covid-19 infection rate in Sandwell is 292 per 100,000 people based on data from 13-19 October 2021. 962 people in Sandwell tested positive for Covid-19 during this one week period. This is the most recent data available.

This is compared to an infection rate of 295 positive cases per 100,000 people for the seven days from 12-18 October 2021.

Read local advice for avoiding spreading Covid-19 in Sandwell.
 

Latest Covid-19 Cases in Sandwell

21 October Covid Data

 

Data about the age of people testing positive

The heat map below shows the case rate per 100,000 people by age group over time. The darker the colour, the more cases there are in that age group.

The date the figures apply to are shown along the bottom of the graph, and the age groups are shown on the left hand side.

21 Oct Heat Graph

 

Town data

The graph below shows the latest Covid-19 infection rates for Sandwell and also for each of Sandwell's towns - Oldbury, Rowley Regis, Smethwick, Tipton, Wednesbury and West Bromwich. The town data is shown in blue. The green bar represents the overall infection rate in the whole of Sandwell.

The figure in brackets represents the case rate per 100,000 people. The number underneath shows the number of new positive cases for the time period shown.

21 Oct Town Graph

 

Ward data

The graph below shows the Covid-19 infection rates for Sandwell's 24 wards. To check which ward you live in, enter your postcode into the councillor checking search.

The graph shows: ward name, ward population (in the blue bar), the equivalent case rate per 100,000 people and the actual number of new Covid-19 cases for the period shown in that ward (in brackets).

21 Oct Ward Graph

 

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