Original article from Kent Live
Folkestone and Hythe now has the lowest infection rate in the entire country.
The district recorded the biggest fall in Kent, after seeing new cases dive from 22 to just three.
With an infection rate of 2.7, the district is now the least infected area of England.
In the seven days to April 3, COVID infection rates fell in 12 of the 13 Kent districts.
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While rates increased very slightly in Gravesham, the district remains well below the national average of 38.6 per 100,000 residents.
Dartford is the only Kent area above England’s average, despite recording a considerable decrease.
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 3; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to April 3; rate of new cases in the seven days to March 27; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to March 27.
Areas in bold recorded an increase.
Dartford, 41.7, (47), 63.1, (71)
Swale, 30.0, (45), 60.6, (91)
Canterbury, 29.0, (48), 46.0, (76)
Thanet, 28.2, (40), 47.2, (67)
Ashford, 23.1, (30), 30.0, (39)
Medway, 20.1, (56), 30.2, (84)
Tonbridge and Malling, 18.9, (25), 25.7, (34)
Gravesham, 17.8, (19), 16.8, (18)
Sevenoaks, 16.6, (20), 16.6, (20)
Maidstone, 14.5, (25), 27.4, (47)
Tunbridge Wells, 15.2, (18), 33.7, (40)
Dover, 12.7, (15), 27.1, (32)
Folkestone and Hythe, 2.7, (3), 19.5, (22)