Original article from Kent Live
A total of 101 new positive test results emerged in the district in the seven days up to June 29, compared to only 35 the week before.
There are now four neighbourhoods with rates above 100 per 100,000 people.
For most of them it's the first time they have been at that level for months.
It's also quadruple the figure that Kent's public health director previously said they would feel comfortable with as lockdown easing continued.
However the data that Government seems to be more encouraged by is from hospitals.
The latest local NHS figures show that both deaths and hospital admissions due to COVID remain very low.
Just one COVID death was recorded in the last four weeks by East Kent Hospitals Trust.
Just five people have been admitted to hospital in East Kent due to COVID over the last four weeks.
It compares to highs of over 200 during the peak of the second wave earlier this year.
It's a similar picture across the county too.
Infections more than doubled in most places including Canterbury, where cases soared largely due to a major outbreak at the University of Kent.
Yet deaths remained low across the area, as it was revealed Maidstone & Tunbridge Well Trust, a large organisation covering two major hospitals, hadn't recorded a COVID death for 108 days.
A breakdown of the latest infection rates in Dover is below.
It covers the seven days up to June 29.
Data is suppressed for Ash & Wingham for privacy reasons because there are fewer than three cases.
|Area||Infection rate||New cases|
|Mill Hill, Upper Deal & Northbourne||148.3||14|
|Deal North & West||146.4||11|
|Kearsney, River & Whitfield||133.4||13|
|Elms Vale & Capel-le-Ferne||118.6||8|
|Sandwich & Eastry||97.9||9|
|Eythorne & Shepherdswell||88.5||6|
|Kingsdown & St Margaret's-at-Cliffe||70.9||5|
|Buckland & St Radigunds||70.5||10|
|Aylesham & Elvigington||50.5||4|
|Ash & Wingham||Data suppressed||Less than 3|