Latest data looks at cases per 100,000 in the week to March 17 and the week to March 24.
Looking at the wards across Eastbourne, six areas have seen a rise in cases whilst seven areas have seen a drop.
Areas with rising cases:
Roselands – 38.5 per cent rise
Sovereign Harbour – 17.3 per cent rise
King Edwards’s Parade – 8.1 per cent rise
Langney West – 7.6 per cent rise
Langney East – 6.5 per cent rise
Meads – 4.3 per cent rise
Areas with dropping cases:
Ratton - 8.6 per cent drop
Hampden Park South - 10.8 per cent drop
St Anthony’s Hill - 15.5 per cent drop
Old Town and Motcombe - 24.4 per cent drop
Upperton - 24.7 per cent drop
Hampden Park North – 27.5 per cent drop
Pier - 7.1 per cent drop
Overall, the North East of England has seen case rates rise by a third (33 per cent) in just a week.
The second highest weekly rise was in Yorkshire and the Humber, which saw case rates rise by a quarter (25 per cent) in a week.
Scotland still had the highest overall case rate in the week to March 24, followed by the South West.