Original article from Kent Live
Infection rates continue to plummet across Kent, with every district now below the national average.
Following a sharp fall in cases in Dartford, the district has been taken below the national average (37), joining all other Kent districts.
However it remains Kent’s COVID hotspot, with Swale following behind.
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Rates have fallen in every area of the county, including Gravesham which recorded a slight increase in the previous week.
The district has an infection rate of just 1.8 per 100,000, recording two new cases in the latest week.
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 4; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to April 4; rate of new cases in the seven days to March 28; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to March 28.
Dartford, 32.9, (37), 68.4, (77)
Swale, 27.3, (41), 59.3, (89)
Canterbury, 26.0, (43), 41.7, (69)
Thanet, 25.4, (36), 47.9, (68)
Ashford, 21.5, (28), 27.7, (36)
Gravesham, 15.9, (17), 18.7, (20)
Medway, 15.4, (43), 33.0, (92)
Tonbridge and Malling, 14.4, (19), 28.0, (37)
Sevenoaks, 14.1, (17), 19.0, (23)
Tunbridge Wells, 12.6, (15), 28.6, (34)
Maidstone, 10.5, (18), 27.4, (47)
Dover, 9.3, (11), 26.2, (31)
Folkestone and Hythe, 1.8, (2), 15.0, (17)