Original article from Kent Live
The latest statistics have been released on the government website and cover the seven days leading up to April 13.
During this time, Herne and Broomfield, in the district of Canterbury, recorded nine new cases – an increase of seven from the week before.
The infection rate in the neighbourhood stands at 93.1 new cases per 100,000 residents.
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As well as being the highest rate of every neighbourhood in Kent, it is well over treble the national average of 27.9.
A number of other neighbourhoods have also recorded significant increases during this time.
Chestfield & South Tankerton, Herne Bay South & Greenhill, and Ebbsfleet & Greenhithe have all recorded weekly increases of 250 per cent.
Their infection rates are 79.7, 53.8, and 78.3 cases per 100,000 residents respectively.
Seasalter and Kingswood, Langley Heath & Chart Sutton both registered increases of 200 per cent.
Their infection rates stand at 52.4 and 66.9 respectively.
Overall, 37 neighbourhoods in Kent recorded more than two coronavirus cases during this period.
The UK interactive map suppresses data for areas where fewer than three cases have been recorded in order to protect individuals' identities.