CORONAVIRUS: Maidstone's infection rate plummets
Tuesday 6th April 2021
Maidstone’s COVID-19 infection rate has now fallen below 20 per 100,000.
At its January peak it was above 800.
Kent County Council reveals today the rate is down to 18, a fall of 14.5 over the previous seven days.
This compares with a Kent rate of 24.1 (down 12) and the England rate of 40.9 (down 15.3).
Highest rate in Kent is Dartford at 43.5 (down 11.5) and the lowest is Folkestone and Hythe at 8.0 (down 11.5).
Tonbridge and Malling rate is 21.2 (down 7.6)
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