According to Public Health England’s (PHE) weekly surveillance report, Covid cases are continuing to fall across all regions in England.
PHE said that case rates across all age groups in England are falling, and data further suggests that hospital and intensive care unit admissions are starting to stabilise.
London still remains to have the highest case rates in England, in the seven days to 24 January, the capital recorded 435.0 per 100,000 population.
The West Midlands has the second highest case rates standing at 415.8, which is down from 565.6 per 100,000 population.
Whilst Yorkshire & the Humber still has the lowest rate in England at 230.2, down from 256.4.
It is now thought that reproductive rate of transmission, or the R rate now stands ar around 0.98.