Original article from Kent Live
Every district in Kent has recorded a decrease in COVID infection rates.
The area recorded a sharp drop in new cases, recording six cases in the seven days to April 2, compared to 23 the week before.
Following behind is Maidstone, which has seen its infection rate more than half in the latest week.
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While rates have fallen in Dartford, it still remains just above the national average of 41.0 per 100,000.
The COVID hotspot in Kent recorded 47 new cases in the most recent seven day period.
All other districts in the county currently sit below England's average.
This week, Boris Johnson confirmed the roadmap out of lockdown is on track and planned easements can go ahead on April 12.
This means that on Monday a swathe of businesses can reopen, including non essential shops, indoor leisure facilities, and pubs and restaurants (outdoor service only).
The latest coronavirus infection rates in Kent
From left to right, it reads: name of local authority; rate of new cases in the seven days to April 2; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to April 2; rate of new cases in the seven days to March 26; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to March 26.
Dartford, 41.7, (47), 58.6, (66)
Swale, 34.6, (52), 58.6, (88)
Canterbury, 27.8, (46), 45.3, (75)
Thanet, 27.5, (39), 51.4, (73)
Ashford, 24.6, (32), 27.7, (36)
Tonbridge and Malling, 21.2, (28), 25.0, (33)
Medway, 20.8, (58), 34.5, (96)
Dover, 17.8, (21), 23.7, (28)
Tunbridge Wells, 17.7, (21), 34.5, (41)
Gravesham, 16.8, (18), 16.8, (18)
Sevenoaks, 14.9, (18), 17.4, (21)
Maidstone, 14.5, (25), 32.6, (56)
Folkestone and Hythe, 5.3, (6), 20.4, (23)