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Covid Rates in Haddm 03Jan21

We have been accused of 'scare mongering' by some, who have criticised our inclination to publish details of the Covid situation, but some folk do not appear to realise how rapidly the Covid-19 virus is spreading.

Martin Tett, in his Buckinghamshire Council newsletters, draws attention to an interactive map, which shows that the rate of infections in Haddenham, Stone and Dinton was 713.3 per 100,000 in the week to 3rd January, having risen by over 48%. This is significantly above the national average.

It may well have risen even faster since then.

Both Thame and Aylesbury are as bad or worse. It is vital that we all do our bit to stay at home as much as possible, wear masks when out and observe social distancing. See the interactive map here:

https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/details/interactive-map

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