North East Lincolnshire Covid infection rates increase after Christmas
In the week leading up to Wednesday 29 December, North East Lincolnshire’s Covid infection rates increased as 1,962 new cases were recorded.
The weekly Covid infection rate in North East Lincolnshire – up to Tuesday 28 December – stands at 835.8 cases per 100,000 people, a considerable increase compared to last week’s figures.
In an effort to prevent further Covid restrictions coming into affect at the start of 2022, 117,643 people had their first vaccines and 108, 996 people had their second vaccines by the end of Tuesday 28 December.
An additional 76,924 people were given their booster jabs or third vaccines.
Between Monday 13 and Sunday 19 December, 15 confirmed Covid-19 patients were admitted into Diana Princess of Wales Hospital in Grimsby.
There were a total of 51 patients in hospital with coronavirus on Tuesday 21 December.
11 of these patients were on a mechanical ventilator.
However, in the last reporting week, there were zero additional deaths in North East Lincolnshire within 28 days of a positive test.
Here are the most recent Covid infection rates for each area:
Cleethorpes Beacon Hill: 57
Cleethorpes Haverstoe: 50
Cleethorpes North: 51
Cleethorpes West: 40
Great Coates & The Willows: 59
Grimsby East Marsh & Port: 28
Grimsby West Marsh: 37
Holme Hill: 31
Immingham & Habrough: 67
Laceby Acres & Wybers Wood: 69
Laceby, Healing & Stallingborough: 102
Littlefield North: 59
Littlefield South & Grange: 22
New Clee: 27
New Waltham: 87
Sidney Park: 50
Waltham & East Ravendale: 80
Weelsby & Old Clee: 67