COVID-19 cases increase 34% locally during week 28 May-3 June 2021

During the seven-day period between 28 May and 3 June 2021:

  • 31 new cases reported
  • An increase of 34.7% on the previous week
  • The seven-day infection rate for Shropshire was 9.6 per 100,000
  • It was 31.7 for the West Midlands and 43.8 for England
  • 1 hospital bed was occupied by a COVID-19 patient
  • There were zero COVID-19-related deaths in a local hospital
COVID-19 cases locally 28 May - 3 June infographic 2021

Further information

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  • Continue to work from home if you can
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