Coronavirus (Covid-19) cases in Herefordshire

Case numbers are produced daily from Public Health England figures.

Seven-day rolling rate of new cases by specimen date ending on ...

Cases in Herefordshire
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Cases in Herefordshire per 100,000
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Cases in England
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Herefordshire alert level
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View our detailed fortnightly summary about the impact of Covid-19 in Herefordshire. It includes analysis of the published data on cases and deaths, as well as other statistics about numbers of tests carried out and the age profile of confirmed cases. It also incorporates other useful information, as it becomes available, about the wider impacts and vulnerabilities in the county.

View Covid-19 cases for this week by local area on a map, by entering your postcode.

See a national breakdown of coronavirus cases and more information on the Government's coronavirus data pages.

England has moved to Step 4

Most legal restrictions have been lifted, although there is still guidance on how we can best protect ourselves and others.

Find out more about what the easing of restrictions means for what you can and cannot do.

Let's keep Herefordshire safe

Vaccinations and testing are now key in keeping us all safe. 

Vaccinations

If you are 18 or over, make sure you 'grab a jab' when you are offered the vaccine by your GP, book your vaccination online or visit one of our drop in clinics

Keep testing

The testing programme for Covid-19 is helping to keep us all safe by identifying those who have the virus so that they can self-isolate and avoid passing the virus to others.

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Testing is now available to everyone. Test regularly if you have no symptoms to protect others. If you have any symptoms arrange for a Covid-19 test straight away. 

Download the NHS Covid-19 app for free in England and Wales, for the fastest way to see if you're at risk from coronavirus. The sooner you know, the more quickly you can alert and protect your loved ones and community.

Keep safe

Although no longer legal requirements, there are still four simple actions we can all do to keep on protecting each other:

  • Wash hands - Keep washing your hands regularly
  • Cover face - Wear a face covering in enclosed spaces
  • Make space - Stay at least 2 metres apart - or 1 metre with a face covering or other precautions
  • Fresh air - Make sure you let plenty of fresh air into your home by uncovering vents and opening doors and windows, even a small amount for a short period of time.