Original article from Kent Live
COVID infection rates are increasing in all Kent districts, but local neighbourhoods are showing hugely varying levels of infection.
According to data collected in the seven days to June 29, 18 Kent neighbourhoods have an infection rate higher than the national average (208).
Blean Forest, Chartham Hatch & University in Canterbury is the neighbourhood with the highest infection rate in Kent.
At 1042.4 cases per 100,000, the small area has a rate five times the national average.
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Canterbury St Stephen's also has a COVID infection rate that has rocketed above 1,000.
Canterbury Central & Westgate and Gravesham's Higham & Shorne both have infection rates more than double the national average.
The small area with the lowest infection rate in Kent is Strood South & Temple Marsh in Medway, with 30.4.
Windmill Hill in Gravesham follows closely behind, having recorded a rate of 30.8.
See below for a list of the Kent neighbourhoods ranked from most to least infected.
Neighbourhoods that recorded fewer than three cases in the latest rolling seven-day rate data are not listed.