Devon’s latest COVID-19 cases by area-by-area as cases rise

Devon has 130 new positive coronavirus cases according to the latest set of data from the government.

The fresh data reveals all the changes in the cluster figures from areas all across the county.

According to the government’s latest statistics, there is a total of 4,734 confirmed coronavirus cases across Devon.

Across both Devon and Cornwall the total confirmed number of cases has hit 10,000, with Plymouth’s figures rising over the 2,000 mark today. Plymouth hit 1,000 on October 5.

Government statistics show that 1,662 new cases have been confirmed across the region in the past seven days in both pillar 1 data from tests carried out by the NHS and pillar 2 data from commercial partners, compared to 1,395 new cases confirmed last week.

Exeter, has seen a drop for the second successive week, while the rises in East Devon, Mid Devon, North Devon and West Devon were in single figures.

Cases in Torbay have significantly risen.

Exeter

Pennsylvania and University 45 (was 51), Central Exeter 16 (was 18), St James’s Park and Hoopern 24 (was 23), Mincinglake and Beacon Heath 8, St Leonard’s and (was 8), Middlemoor and Sowton 15 (was 16), Wonford and St Loye’s 13 (was 11), Alphington and Marsh Barton 9, Pinhoe and Whipton North 9, Heavitree West and Polsloe 12 (was 9), Heavitree East and Whipton South 7 (was 6), Exwick and Foxhayes 3 (was 4), St Thomas East 5 (was 6), St Thomas West 5 (was 6), Countess Wear and Topsham 10 (was 11).

Torbay

St Marychurch and Maidencombe 9 (was 8), Shiphay and the Willows 21 (was 23), Clifton and Maidenway 7, Paignton Central 7( was 8), Chelston, Cockington and Livermead 17 (was 15), Wellswood 9, Higher Brixham 13 (was 10), Babbacombe and Plainmoor 12 (was 13), Churston and Galmpton 7 (was 4), Upton and Hele 14 (was 13), Blatchcombe and Blagdon 8 (was 6), Preston and Shorton 7 (was 6), Goodrington and Roselands 10 (was 8), Ellacombe 8 (was 7), Torquay Central 23 (was 21), Lifton, Lamerton and Bridestowe 0-20-2, Tavistock 10 (was 8), Horrabridge and Mary Tavy 7 (was 6), Brixham Town 11 (was 10), Watcombe 9.

Teignbridge

Teignmouth South 5, Bishopsteignton and Shaldon 4, Starcross and Exminster 15 (was 14), Tedburn, Shillingford & Higher Ashton 3, Newton Abbot, Highweek 3, Dawlish North 6 (was 5), Dawlish South 0-20-2, Ogwell, Mile End & Teigngrace 7 (was 8), Newton Abbot, Town Centre 5, Newton Abbot, Broadlands and Wolborough 5 (was 3), Newton Abbot, Milber and Buckland 7 (was 6), Teignmouth North 8 (was 7), Kingsteignton 3 (was 4), Ashburton and Buckfastleigh 3 (was 4), Chudleigh and Bovey Tracey 7 (was 6), Kingskerswell 6 (was 5), Heathfield and Liverton 4 (was 3).

Torridge and mid-Devon

Bampton, Holcombe and Westleigh 30-2, Morchard Bishop, Copplestone and Newton St Cyres 0-28, Bideford South and East 6 (was 6), Tiverton West0-20-2, Cullompton 8, Shebbear, Cookworthy and Broadheath 0-20-2, Bradninch, Silverton and Thorverton 7 (was 5), Kilmington, Colyton and Uplyme 4, Tiverton North and Outer3, Uffculme and Hemyock 5 (was 4), Tiverton East 0-23, Willand, Sampford Peverell and Halberton8 (was 7), Bow, Lapford and Yeoford 4, Chagford, Princetown and Dartmoor 4.

COVID cases in Devon
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East Devon

Cranbrook, Broadclyst and Stoke Canon 23, Clyst, Exton and Lympstone 16 (was 18), Exmouth Brixington 4, Exmouth Halsdon 5 (was 6), Budleigh Salterton 0-20-2, Exmouth Withycombe Raleigh 7 (was 6), Exmouth Town 13 (was 12), Exmouth Littleham 6, Ottery St Mary and West Hill 3, Sidbury, Offwell and Beer 0-20-2, Seaton 0-20-2, Sidmouth Sidford 5 (was 4), Sidmouth Town 0-20-2, Poppleford, Otterton and Woodbury 5, Dunkesewell, Upottery and Stockland 0-23, Honiton North and East 3, Honiton South and West 6, Feniton and Whimple 5, Axminster 7, Moretonhampstead, Lustleigh and East Dartmoor 0-20-2.

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North Devon

Braunton 7 (was 5), Crediton 4, Ilfracombe East 0-25, Lynton and Combe Martin 0-20-2, Ilfracombe West 6 (was 4), Woolacombe, Georgeham and Croyde 0-23, Bideford North 0-20-2, Bratton Fleming, Goodleigh and Kings Heanton 0-20-2, Barnstaple Pilton 0-20-2, Barnstaple Central 7 (was 3), Barnstaple Sticklepath 4 (was 3), Barnstaple South 10 (was 8), Fremington and Instow 0-20-2, Roundswell and Landkey 0-20-2, South Molton 0-20-2, Applepen and Broadhempston 5 (was 6), Appledore and Northam North 0-20-2, Westward Ho! and Northam South 0-20-2, Hartland Coast 0-26, Great Torrington 0-20-2, Winkleigh and High Bickington 0-23, Holsworthy, Bradworthy and Welcombe 3.

West Devon and South Hams

Totnes Town 0-24, Marldon, Stoke Gabriel and Kingswear 7 (was 5), Ivybridge 6 (was 5), Loddiswell and Dartington 8 (was 6), Dartmouth 30-2 Yealmpton, Modbury and Aveton Gifford 7 (was 5), Wembury, Brixton and Newton Ferrers 6 (was 4), Kingsbridge 7 (was 8) Chillington, Torcross andStoke Fleming 3 (was 4), Salcombe, Malborough and Thurlestone 4 (was 5), South Brent and Cornwood 3 (was 4), Bere Alston, Buckland Monachorum and Yelverton 6 (was 5), Hatherleigh, Exbourne and North Tawton 10, Okehampton 0-20-2.

Plymouth

Woolwell & Lee Mill 10 (was 9), Glenholt and Widewell 7 (was 6), Southway 4, Tamerton Foliot 14, Ernesettle 5 (was 7), Derriford and Estover 6, King’s Tamerton & West Park 12 (was 11), Honicknowle and Manadon 15 (was 14), Crownhill 9 (was 7), St Budeaux 12 (was 8), Deer Park and Leigham 5 (was 4), Ham, Beacon Park and Pennycross 15 (was 12), Higher Compton and Eggbuckland 8 (was 6), North Prospect 5 (was 7), Keyham 11 (was 7), Plympton St Mary 11 (was 8), Mannamead and Hartley 13 (was 10), Peverell 15 (was 16), Plympton Chaddlewood 6 (was 5), Plympton Underwood 6 (was 8), Ford and Blockhouse Park 11 (was 10), Efford, Laira and Crabtree 17 Plympton St Maurice 9 (was 6), Mutley 36 (was 29), Stoke and Pennycomequick 19 (was 13) Lipson 10 (was 8), Devonport, Mount Wise and Morice Town 12 (was 10), City Centre, Barbican and Sutton Harbour 62 (was 59), Cattedown and Prince Rock 23 (was 23), Millbay and Stonehouse 20 (was 17), Plymstock Elburton 11 (was 10), Plymstock Hooe and Oreston 11 (was 8), Plymstock Goosewell and Staddiscombe 4 (was 3).

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