Original article from Kent Live
The number of cases of the Delta variant has continued to rise throughout Kent.
The authority with the most cases of the Delta variant is Medway, with 246.
Both Thanet and Folkestone and Hythe have the least Delta variant cases in the county with 30.
As of June 21, there have been 117 deaths in England of people who were confirmed as having the Delta variant.
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Dr Jenny Harries, chief executive of the UK Health Security Agency, said: "Through the success of our vaccination programme, data suggests we have begun to break the link between cases and hospitalisations. This is hugely encouraging news, but we cannot become complacent.
"Two doses of vaccine are far more effective against Covid-19 than a single dose, so please make sure that you come forward to get your second dose as soon as you are invited.
"Whilst vaccines provide excellent protection, they do not provide total protection, so it is still as important as ever that we continue to exercise caution.
"Protect yourself and the people around you by working from home where possible, and by practising 'hands, face, space, fresh air' at all times."
Below is a list of the number of Delta variant cases in each of the Kent local authorities.
The amount of Delta variant cases in Kent
Tonbridge and Malling: 86
Tunbridge Wells: 57
Folkestone and Hythe: 30