There’s been a fall in new COVID-19 cases in East Sussex, according to new data this morning.
3,281 new COVID-19 cases were reported in East Sussex in the latest available 7-day period as published by GOV.UK on Tuesday at 4:35pm
That’s down from 3,311 when last reported.
East Sussex health bosses say today: “Let’s keep it moving in the right direction – cases here are still extremely high and we must all do our part to protect ourselves and the people around us.”
Infection rates in East Sussex are still above the national average.
AreaRate per 100,000 population
East Sussex 588.8
Help us get the rate down
Playing your part is more important now than ever. Remember:
- hands, face, space
- stay at home whenever possible
- avoid crowded places
- limit your social contacts
- follow national lockdown guidance
If you get any symptoms, no matter how mild, you must self-isolate and book a test.
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