Original article from Kent Live
COVID infection rates continue to rise in the majority of Kent areas.
Canterbury remains the most infected area of the county, rocketing above the national average (23.1).
The district saw its infection rate almost double in the seven days to May 22.
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Sevenoaks is now the second most infected area of Kent, after the area had almost eradicated the virus.
The district went from recording four new weekly cases to 16 new cases.
Kent's latest COVID infection rates in full
From left to right, it reads: name of local authority; rate of new cases in the seven days to May 22; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to May 22; rate of new cases in the seven days to May 15; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to May 15.
Areas marked in bold have recorded an increase.
Canterbury, 35.1, (58), 18.7, (31)
Sevenoaks, 13.3, (16), 3.3, (4)
Dartford, 14.2, (16), 7.1, (8)
Ashford, 13.1, (17), 7.7, (10)
Tonbridge and Malling, 9.1, (12), 9.1, (12)
Medway, 10.4, (29), 7.9, (22)
Swale, 8.0, (12), 12.7, (19)
Thanet, 9.2, (13), 16.2, (23)
Maidstone, 11.1, (19), 6.4, (11)
Gravesham, 7.5, (8), 6.5, (7)
Dover, 5.9, (7), 3.4, (4)
Tunbridge Wells, 5.9, (7), 6.7, (8)
Folkestone and Hythe, 3.5, (4), 7.1, (8)