The Rose Hill area of Derby has become the epicentre of Covid-19 in the city, resulting in the council trying to recruit businesses and religious leaders to help spread a safety message.
Government data shows that the area defined as Rose Hill and Castleward – based on grouping a population size of 7,500 people – has had more Covid-19 cases in a week than anywhere else in Derbyshire.
In new data, for the week to January 8, Rose Hill and Castleward clocked 147 cases, with a rate of 1,240 per 100,000 people.
Its closest rival is bordering New Normanton with 106 cases (27 per cent fewer), followed by Sinfin with 88 (40 per cent fewer).
link source - Derby Telegraph