These are the neighbourhoods where Covid cases are rising and falling in Lewes
Lockdown is gradually lifting in Lewes and across England - but are coronavirus cases still falling everywhere?
The latest figures show that four out of 13 neighbourhoods in Lewes saw a drop in infections in the latest seven-day period, during the run up to Easter, according to analysis of Government data by JPIMedia’s data team.
These were Wivelsfield Green, Ditchling and Rodmell; Lewes Central and East; East Blatchington and Seaford Town.
Only one neighbourhood saw a rise in the case rate during the same period – this was Ringmer, Glynde & South Heighton.
As of April 2, 12 out of the 13 neighbourhoods in the Lewes district had a case rate of zero – which means they had less than three cases of the virus.
The only area that did not was Ringmer, Glynde & South Heighton, which had a case rate of 45.2 per 100,000 people.
Find out the most recent case numbers for your area using the Government tool here