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  1. Coronavirus: Case rates in Hampshire and Isle of Wight

    Here are the latest rates of cases of Covid-19 in Hampshire and on the Isle of Wight.

    The figures are the number of infections per 100,000 people in the seven days up to and including 20 November (previous week's figures in brackets).

    The breakdown of the figures by local authority area is:

    Portsmouth - 202.4 (down from 314.1)

    Southampton - 140.6 (down from 225.7)

    Gosport - 148.5 (down from 229.8)

    Havant - 221.8 (up from 215.5)

    Winchester - 133.8 (down from 200.2)

    Fareham - 131.6 (down from 171.2)

    East Hampshire - 130.0 (down from 159.4)

    New Forest - 86.6 (down from 152.1)

    Basingstoke and Deane - 122.3 (down from 138.2)

    Rushmoor - 95.1 (down from 135.3)

    Eastleigh - 92.8 (down from 125.8)

    Test Valley - 89.6 (down from 111.8)

    Hart - 78.3 (down from 101.0)

    Isle of Wight - 70.5 (down from 75.5)

    The figure for England is 217.6 (down from 275.6).

    The BBC also provides this tool with a breakdown of the latest national coronavirus figures.

    The coronavirus, which causes the respiratory disease known as Covid-19, was first confirmed in the UK at the end of January.

    Data released on 24 November.

  2. Coronavirus: Case rates in Dorset

    Here are the latest rates of cases of Covid-19 in Dorset

    The figures are the number of infections per 100,000 people in the seven days up to and including 20 November.

    The breakdown of the figures by local authority area is:

    Dorset - 80.6 (down from 109.6)

    Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole - 159.9 (down from 241.6)

    The figure for England is 217.6 (down from 275.6).

    The BBC also provides this tool with a breakdown of the latest national coronavirus figures.

    The coronavirus, which causes the respiratory disease known as Covid-19, was first confirmed in the UK at the end of January.

    Data released on 24 November.

  3. Coronavirus: Case rates in Berkshire

    Here are the latest rates of cases of Covid-19 in Berkshire.

    The figures are the number of infections per 100,000 people in the seven days up to and including 20 November (previous week's figures in brackets).

    The breakdown of the figures by local authority area is:

    Slough - 313.6 (down from 364.5)

    Windsor and Maidenhead - 144.0 (down from 197.5)

    Reading - 153.3 (down from 154.5)

    Wokingham - 95.8 (down from 152.5)

    Bracknell Forest - 86.5 (down from 128.9)

    West Berkshire - 95.9 (down from 127.5)

    The figure for England is 217.6 (down from 275.6).

    The BBC also provides this tool with a breakdown of the latest national coronavirus figures.

    The coronavirus, which causes the respiratory disease known as Covid-19, was first confirmed in the UK at the end of January.

    Data released on 24 November.

  4. Coronavirus: Case rates in Oxfordshire

    Here are the latest rates of cases of Covid-19 in Oxfordshire.

    The figures are the number of infections per 100,000 people in the seven days up to and including 20 November (previous week's figures in brackets).

    The breakdown of the figures by local authority area is:

    Oxford - 122.0 (down from 268.3)

    Cherwell - 99.7 (down from 161.5)

    Vale of White Horse - 75.7 (down from 144.1)

    South Oxfordshire - 100.7 (down from 130.9)

    West Oxfordshire - 80.4 (down from 126.5)

    The figure for England is 217.6 (down from 275.6).

    The BBC also provides this tool with a breakdown of the latest national coronavirus figures.

    The coronavirus, which causes the respiratory disease known as Covid-19, was first confirmed in the UK at the end of January.

    Data released on 24 November.

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  6. Dog rescued after 20ft cliff fall near Weymouth

    A dog has been rescued after falling 20ft (6m) from a coastal cliff top.

    Lenny being rescued in an animal rescue bag

    The black Labrador, named Lenny, went over the cliffs at Bowleaze, near Weymouth, Dorset, on Monday morning while out walking with its owner.

    The one-year-old broke one of its legs in the fall, Wyke Coastguard Rescue Team said.

    "The cliff here overhangs at the top so nothing broke his fall until he hit the bottom," a spokesman added.

    Lenny was taken to a vet for treatment.

    Rescue teams from Wyke and Portland Bill at the top of the cliff at Bowleaze
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  8. Coronavirus: Case rates in Hampshire and Isle of Wight

    Here are the latest rates of cases of Covid-19 in Hampshire and on the Isle of Wight.

    The figures are the number of infections per 100,000 people in the seven days up to and including 19 November (previous week's figures in brackets).

    The breakdown of the figures by local authority area is:

    Portsmouth - 238.2 (down from 290.4)

    Southampton - 169.5 (down from 217.4)

    Gosport - 160.3 (down from 221.6)

    Havant - 240.1 (up from 197.3)

    Winchester - 165.8 (down from 173.8)

    Fareham - 154.9 (down from 160.9)

    East Hampshire - 135.7 (down from 157.8)

    New Forest - 101.6 (down from 140.5)

    Basingstoke and Deane - 130.3 (down from 137.6)

    Rushmoor - 108.9 (down from 124.7)

    Eastleigh - 98.1 (down from 128.8)

    Test Valley - 101.5 (down from 109.4)

    Hart - 86.5 (down from 99.9)

    Isle of Wight - 67.0 (down from 76.9)

    The figure for England is 228.9 (down from 274.3).

    The BBC also provides this tool with a breakdown of the latest national coronavirus figures.

    The coronavirus, which causes the respiratory disease known as Covid-19, was first confirmed in the UK at the end of January.

    Data released on 23 November.

  9. Coronavirus: Case rates in Oxfordshire

    Here are the latest rates of cases of Covid-19 in Oxfordshire.

    The figures are the number of infections per 100,000 people in the seven days up to and including 19 November (previous week's figures in brackets).

    The breakdown of the figures by local authority area is:

    Oxford - 139.7 (down from 269.6)

    Cherwell - 108.3 (down from 167.4)

    Vale of White Horse - 90.4 (down from 143.4)

    South Oxfordshire - 96.4 (down from 139.4)

    West Oxfordshire - 87.7 (down from 128.3)

    The figure for England is 228.9 (down from 274.3).

    The BBC also provides this tool with a breakdown of the latest national coronavirus figures.

    The coronavirus, which causes the respiratory disease known as Covid-19, was first confirmed in the UK at the end of January.

    Data released on 23 November.

  10. Coronavirus: Case rates in Berkshire

    Here are the latest rates of cases of Covid-19 in Berkshire.

    The figures are the number of infections per 100,000 people in the seven days up to and including 19 November (previous week's figures in brackets).

    The breakdown of the figures by local authority area is:

    Slough - 325.0 (down from 349.7)

    Windsor and Maidenhead - 145.9 (down from 198.8)

    Reading - 153.9 (up from 141.6)

    Wokingham - 105.2 (down from 155.4)

    Bracknell Forest - 93.0 (down from 127.3)

    West Berkshire - 102.2 (down from 126.9)

    The figure for England is 228.9 (down from 274.3).

    The BBC also provides this tool with a breakdown of the latest national coronavirus figures.

    The coronavirus, which causes the respiratory disease known as Covid-19, was first confirmed in the UK at the end of January.

    Data released on 23 November.

  11. Coronavirus: Case rates in Dorset

    Here are the latest rates of cases of Covid-19 in Dorset

    The figures are the number of infections per 100,000 people in the seven days up to and including 19 November.

    The breakdown of the figures by local authority area is:

    Dorset - 84.5 (down from 110.4)

    Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole - 173.8 (down from 242.3)

    The figure for England is 228.9 (down from 274.3).

    The BBC also provides this tool with a breakdown of the latest national coronavirus figures.

    The coronavirus, which causes the respiratory disease known as Covid-19, was first confirmed in the UK at the end of January.

    Data released on 23 November.

  12. Coronavirus: Case rates in Oxfordshire

    Here are the latest rates of cases of Covid-19 in Oxfordshire.

    The figures are the number of infections per 100,000 people in the seven days up to and including 18 November (previous week's figures in brackets).

    The breakdown of the figures by local authority area is:

    Oxford - 152.8 (down from 256.5)

    Cherwell - 111.0 (down from 168.8)

    Vale of White Horse - 102.2 (down from 138.2)

    South Oxfordshire - 109.1 (down from 143.6)

    West Oxfordshire - 94.0 (down from 134.7)

    The figure for England is 239.9 (down from 272.5).

    The BBC also provides this tool with a breakdown of the latest national coronavirus figures.

    The coronavirus, which causes the respiratory disease known as Covid-19, was first confirmed in the UK at the end of January.

    Data released on 22 November.

  13. Coronavirus: Case rates in Berkshire

    Here are the latest rates of cases of Covid-19 in Berkshire.

    The figures are the number of infections per 100,000 people in the seven days up to and including 18 November (previous week's figures in brackets).

    The breakdown of the figures by local authority area is:

    Slough - 345.1 (up from 323.7)

    Windsor and Maidenhead - 161.8 (down from 186.9)

    Reading - 156.4 (up from 137.8)

    Wokingham - 114.0 (down from 150.2)

    Bracknell Forest - 106.9 (down from 123.2)

    West Berkshire - 99.1 (down from 128.1)

    The figure for England is 239.9 (down from 272.5).

    The BBC also provides this tool with a breakdown of the latest national coronavirus figures.

    The coronavirus, which causes the respiratory disease known as Covid-19, was first confirmed in the UK at the end of January.

    Data released on 22 November.

  14. Coronavirus: Case rates in Hampshire and Isle of Wight

    Here are the latest rates of cases of Covid-19 in Hampshire and on the Isle of Wight.

    The figures are the number of infections per 100,000 people in the seven days up to and including 18 November (previous week's figures in brackets).

    The breakdown of the figures by local authority area is:

    Portsmouth - 257.3 (down from 279.7)

    Southampton - 181.0 (down from 215.0)

    Gosport - 167.4 (down from 209.8)

    Havant - 232.1 (up from 205.2)

    Winchester - 178.6 (up from 170.6)

    Fareham - 165.2 (up from 154.0)

    East Hampshire - 140.6 (down from 159.4)

    New Forest - 108.8 (down from 140.5)

    Basingstoke and Deane - 137.0 (up from 134.8)

    Rushmoor - 113.1 (down from 127.9)

    Eastleigh - 105.6 (down from 129.5)

    Test Valley - 107.0 (up from 106.2)

    Hart - 85.5 (down from 108.2)

    Isle of Wight - 76.2 (up from 74.8)

    The figure for England is 239.9 (down from 272.5).

    The BBC also provides this tool with a breakdown of the latest national coronavirus figures.

    The coronavirus, which causes the respiratory disease known as Covid-19, was first confirmed in the UK at the end of January.

    Data released on 22 November.

  15. Coronavirus: Case rates in Dorset

    Here are the latest rates of cases of Covid-19 in Dorset

    The figures are the number of infections per 100,000 people in the seven days up to and including 18 November.

    The breakdown of the figures by local authority area is:

    Dorset - 83.7 (down from 116.8)

    Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole - 180.9 (down from 246.1)

    The figure for England is 239.9 (down from 272.5).

    The BBC also provides this tool with a breakdown of the latest national coronavirus figures.

    The coronavirus, which causes the respiratory disease known as Covid-19, was first confirmed in the UK at the end of January.

    Data released on 22 November.