Ovid-19 cases are falling in more than two-thirds of London’s boroughs, official figures show amid reports that the capital is likely to be included in Tier 2 today

In one neighborhood, Camden, the 7-day coronavirus rate is already below 100 per 100000 dropped, one of the thresholds previously used for Tier 1

Westminster and Southwark are also close to this level, which means that a part of central London so important to the UK economy could soon have Tier 1 infection rates

According to official figures, 22 districts recorded in the week up to 20 November saw a decrease in the number of confirmed cases

Seven more recorded an increase of less than eight percent and saw slight decreases in the coming days

London’s seven-day rate has now fallen to the 15th from an increasingly likely second wave high of 1996 to 181 November8 on 20 November

The numbers came as the Cabinet met this morning to discuss what stage each part of England should go to after the Sept. December ends

Reports suggest that London and Liverpool would likely move into Tier 2, but Manchester and more parts of the Northwest and Northeast could move into Tier 3

In Wandsworth, there was a week ending November 414 cases, a decrease of 209 (33) 5 percent) from the previous week and at a 7-day rate per 100000 of 1256

Camden saw 262 cases, 103 (28) 2 percent) at a rate of 97, Westminster 310 cases, up 116 (272 percent) with a rate of 1,186, Islington 322 cases, down 105 (246 percent) with a rate from 1328, Hammersmith & Fulham 304, below 97 (242 percent) with a rate of 1642, Richmond 217, below 64 (228 percent) with a rate of 1096, Hillingdon 605, below 146 (194 percent) with a rate of 1972, Kingston 282, down 63 (183 percent) with a rate of 1589, Ealing 738, down 152 (171 percent) with a rate of 2159 and Barnet 653, down 114 (149 percent) with a rate of 165

Lambeth saw 453 cases, 77 (14) 5 percent) with a rate of 1,389, Tower Hamlets 747 cases, minus 122 (14 percent) with a rate of 230, Sutton 313 cases, minus 46 (128 percent) with a Rate of 1517, Lewisham 346 cases, 47 (12 percent) with a rate of 1131, Waltham Forest cases 575, down 69 (107 percent) with a rate of 2076, Kensington & Chelsea 212 cases, minus 19 (82 percent) with one Rate of 1358, Harrow 457 cases, minus 40 (8 percent) with a rate of 182, Southwark 359 cases, minus 31 (79 percent) with a rate of 1126, Hackney and City of London 466 cases, 39 (7) 7 percent ) with a rate of 1602, Bexley 622 cases, less than 50 (74 percent) with a rate of 2505, Haringey 376, below 26 (65 percent) with a rate of 140 and Brent 676 with a rate of 205 (28 percent)

Greenwich saw 578 cases, 94 (19) 4 percent) at a rate of 2007, Newham 810 cases, plus 103 (146 percent) at a rate of 2,294, Redbridge 918 cases, to 80 (95 percent) at a rate of 3008, Merton 370 cases, plus 27 (79 percent) with a rate of 1791, Croydon 635 cases, plus 37 (62 percent) with a rate of 1642, Havering 952 cases, plus 45 (5 percent) with a rate of 3668 , Barking & Dagenham 550 cases, up 26 (5 percent) with a rate of 2583, Enfield 708 cases, up 20 (29 percent) with a rate of 2121, Bromley 514 cases, up 12 (24 percent) with a rate of 1547 and Hounslow 551 cases, up 8 (15 percent) with a rate of 2029

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