Our dashboard enables you to track Coronavirus in England. Monitor coronavirus trends from Region down to Local Authority.

If the dashboard does not load use this link to the Coronavirus in England tracker on the Tableau Public site. It shows the coronavirus trends in a chart for each region of England and also the Local Authority.

This post focuses on coronavirus cases in England. Check our other view to see high-level information on coronavirus deaths in the UK.

What happens if the numbers are compared to the population?

Below we have the coronavirus numbers by Upper Tier and Lower Tier local authority. If the numbers are shown per 100k of population the picture of most affected areas alters somewhat.

Coronavirus by Local Authority

See the 7 day rolling average coronavirus cases by English region

Why use this coronavirus tracker?

This dashboard enables tracking of coronavirus cases for each Local Authority. This Covid-19 tracker only covers England because I only have data for England. There is no deliberate exclusion of other UK countries; I am more than happy to add those if someone can provide the data.

Note, the total of the regions does not equal the official total for England. There is a lag between assigning all cases to the region and knowing the high-level totals. Therefore the England total is showing along with the number unassigned to a region.

New Coronavirus Cases dates

The dashboard shows the trend of new cases. In addition hover over the lines in Local Authority line chart to see the daily new cases. In mid-April there was a change to the calculation of new cases. Previously Public Health England published the case numbers against the date the PHE reported them to the public. For example if PHE learned about 100 new cases yesterday all 100 were reported as happening yesterday.

Now there has been a change to report against the sample date. Using the above example, of the 100 new cases 20 could be from samples taken 4 days ago, 50 from samples taken 3 days ago, 20 from samples taken 2 days and 10 from yesterdays samples. The new cases would be allotted to the sample date, retrospectively increasing past dates.

Data is sourced from this link.

The England coronavirus tracker shows charts and trends for the following local authorities:

Barking and Dagenham; Barnet; Barnsley; Bath and North East Somerset; Bedford; Bexley; Birmingham; Blackburn with Darwen; Blackpool; Bolton; Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole; Bracknell Forest; Bradford; Brent; Brighton and Hove; Bristol, City of; Bromley; Buckinghamshire; Bury; Calderdale; Cambridgeshire; Camden; Central Bedfordshire; Cheshire East; Cheshire West and Chester; Cornwall and Isles of Scilly; County Durham; Coventry; Croydon; Cumbria; Darlington; Derby; Derbyshire; Devon; Doncaster; Dorset; Dudley; Ealing; East Riding of Yorkshire; East Sussex; Enfield; Essex; Gateshead; Gloucestershire; Greenwich; Hackney and City of London; Halton; Hammersmith and Fulham; Hampshire; Haringey; Harrow; Hartlepool; Havering; Herefordshire, County of; Hertfordshire; Hillingdon; Hounslow; Isle of Wight; Islington; Kensington and Chelsea; Kent; Kingston upon Hull, City of; Kingston upon Thames; Kirklees; Knowsley; Lambeth; Lancashire; Leeds; Leicester; Leicestershire; Lewisham; Lincolnshire; Liverpool; Luton; Manchester; Medway; Merton; Middlesbrough; Milton Keynes; Newcastle upon Tyne; Newham; Norfolk; North East Lincolnshire; North Lincolnshire; North Somerset; North Tyneside; North Yorkshire; Northamptonshire; Northumberland; Nottingham; Nottinghamshire; Oldham; Oxfordshire; Peterborough; Plymouth; Portsmouth; Reading; Redbridge; Redcar and Cleveland; Richmond upon Thames; Rochdale; Rotherham; Rutland; Salford; Sandwell; Sefton; Sheffield; Shropshire; Slough; Solihull; Somerset; South Gloucestershire; South Tyneside; Southampton; Southend-on-Sea; Southwark; St. Helens; Staffordshire; Stockport; Stockton-on-Tees; Stoke-on-Trent; Suffolk; Sunderland; Surrey; Sutton; Swindon; Tameside; Telford and Wrekin; Thurrock; Torbay; Tower Hamlets; Trafford; Wakefield; Walsall; Waltham Forest; Wandsworth; Warrington; Warwickshire; West Berkshire; West Sussex; Westminster; Wigan; Wiltshire; Windsor and Maidenhead; Wirral; Wokingham; Wolverhampton; Worcestershire; York