All 10 boroughs in Greater Manchester are continuing to see significant drops in the coronavirus infection rate.
Across the region cases are down by more than fifth week-on-week.
The latest Public Health England figures show that in the week to November 15, Greater Manchester’s average infection rate fell by 22% to 399.1 cases per 100,000 people.
But rates in the region are still considerably higher than the nationwide average, which rose 2% to 265.5.
However it appears the downward trend is actually accelerating in Greater Manchester, with seven boroughs seeing a larger percentage drop today than yesterday.
In Wigan cases are plummeting.
The borough’s infection rate has fallen 41% since peaking at 691 on October 27.
Now it’s 408.9, down 29% on week-on-week.
Oldham, which remains the worst-affected area in Greater Manchester, saw its infection fall 30% on the previous week to 525.9.
Bury, Bolton and Trafford all saw their infection rates fall by almost a quarter week-on-week, while in Rochdale, Tameside and Manchester cases dropped by almost a fifth.
In Bolton the infection rate fell by 17% to 426, and in Stockport cases were down 14% giving the borough an infection rate of 312.9.
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