THIS interactive map lets you check the number of coronavirus infections in your local authority.
Data from Public Health England (PHE) states that 91 per cent of places have seen a fall in cases over the last seven days.
Nine per cent of areas are still experiencing a rise and there are ten areas in England that have seen a significant jump in cases in the last week.
It comes as it was yesterday reported that 3,433,494 people have caught the virus in Britain since the pandemic began last year.
And the total death toll has now reached a tragic 89,860.
At present Knowsley in Merseyside has the highest rate of infection with 1,777 new cases recorded in the seven days to January 14 – the equivalent of 1,177.9 cases per 100,000 people.
But it’s Preston in Lancashire that has seen the biggest weekly increase in cases, as figures continue to climb in the northern city.
In the last week rates per 100,000 have gone from 417.8 to 503.0.
Local leaders in the area have warned residents to “not let their guard down”.
Preston City Council leader Matthew Brown said while he understands the sacrifices people have had to make, people needed to continue with the basics of hands, face, space.
Second on the list of places with the biggest week on week jump in cases in Norwich which has gone from 546.3 to 626 cases per 100,000.
A mass vaccine centre opened in the area just days ago and local leaders are urging people to “not give the virus a chance” and to stay at home where possible.
South Ribble, which sits just outside Preston is number three on the list and cases there have jumped from 442.3 to 521.7.
Fourth is Mansfield in Nottinghamshire which has also climbed from 516.9 to 593.7.
Erewash in Derby is next and has jumped from 386.6 to 445.5.
Cases of the virus are falling in some areas and Brits have been urged to stay at home to stop the spread of Covid-19Credit: PA:Press Association
Nearby Chesterfield has also seen a jump in cases from 361.3 to 413.7.
Redditch in north-east Worcestershire has also jumped from 601.7 to 653.3, the area had previously seen severe outbreaks in care homes and prisons.
Number eight on the list in Plymouth were cases have risen from 271.1 to 319.
MPs in the area have pledged that all over 80s will get the jab by the end of this week – in a bid to protect the most vulnerable in the area.
Malvern Hills, also in Worcestshire, has seen an increase from 301.2 to 338.
Last on the list is North Somerset where cases have jumped from 379 to 407.8.
Cases are falling in 91 per cent of areas.
Some of the most infected areas in the country have seen a drop in cases but still remain high on the list when it comes to areas that have the most infections.
Three areas in London have seen the biggest week on week fall in cases over the last week.
But Epping Forest in Essex has seen the biggest decrease in cases and is down down from 1,170.9 to 588.5.
Redbridge in East London is down from 1,357.4 to 823.7, and Barking and Dagenham, also in East London, is down from 1,544.3 to 1,028.6.
Broxbourne in Hertfordshire, is down from 1,226.4 to 713.4 and Basildon in Essex is also down from 1,080.1 to 583.9.
Also in Essex, Brentwood has seen a drop from 956.9 to 460.9.
Bexley in South East London has dropped from 1,179.3 to 691.9, while Thurrock in Essex has dropped from 1,325.6 to 869.6.
Harlow, also in Essex, has dropped from 1,339.2 to 905.1 and Newham in East London has dropped from 1,408.0 to 977.8 cases per 100,000.
Despite a fall in cases in many areas, ministers have warned that “it’s too early” to decide if restrictions will be lifted by Easter.
Brandon Lewis stressed the date ministers will make decisions on lifting lockdown restrictions is still “weeks away” despite hopes the rules will be relaxed by Easter.
Boris Johnson has long eyed-off Easter as the end-date for restrictions and the lockdown regulations will expire on March 31 unless they are extended by Parliament.
But Mr Johnson had vowed he hoped to be able to lift them sooner than the end of March.
The Sun revealed in November the PM was hoping for the country to be free of most lockdown rules by Easter – but that was before the super-contagious new strain of Covid ripped through the country.
When asked when he expected the shutdown to end, Mr Lewis said: “I’m afraid it’s still a bit early to outline that at the moment that at the moment.
“The Prime Minister said when we put these restrictions in place that we’d have a review point in mid-February, we’re still some weeks away even from that review point.”