Milton Keynes' Coronavirus infection rate continues to fall over the Bank Holiday

The latest data from the UK Government shows a further drop in new cases announced in Milton Keynes.

Tuesday, 6th April 2021, 10:08 am
Updated Tuesday, 6th April 2021, 10:10 am

Vitally, as well, Milton Keynes has not recorded a death related to the virus in nearly three weeks.

In the past four days 48 new Coronavirus cases were confirmed in the borough. This included just four new cases being confirmed yesterday (April 5) the lowest amount recorded in Milton Keynes this year.

Consistently low case numbers in Milton Keynes means the infection rate now stands at 40.8 cases per 100,000 people. Meaning the city remains below the national average, which is marginally higher at 44 cases per 100,000.

Milton Keynes' Coronavirus infection rate continues to fall

Nationally Coronavirus figures continue to shift in the right direction, 24,455 new cases have been confirmed over the past seven days a 33.5% drop from the previous week.

Latest vaccination data in the UK shows 31,581,623 first doses of a jab protecting against Covid have been administered, 5,432,126 people have received their second dose.