Covid-19 cases in West Sussex have fallen by 47 in the space on one week, with 185 new cases confirmed, in the seven days to Wednesday 31 March.
Meanwhile, Adur has the least cases - but this is an increase on the previous week. Adur is averaging at less than two cases per day with 11 cases confirmed in one week.
Worthing has also seen cases rise, with the latest data showing there are 27 new coronavirus cases with a rolling rate of 24.4 cases per 100,000.
All the other areas, expect Horsham which is averaging the same, are seeing cases decline.
The highest rolling rate is in Crawley, with 32 cases per 100,000 with Chichester closely following. Chichester has 31 new infections with a rolling rate of 25.6 cases per 100,000.
Here's today's data dashboard showing the latest COVID figures for our county.— West Sussex County Council (@WSCCNews) April 6, 2021
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