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GREATER MANCHESTER SCOREBOARD


MANCHESTER 250 - UP 49 on day & UP 41 wk to wk

Manchester Pop Score up 45 POP SCORE 15, 249 LEAD OFJUST 3 STILL AS THE HIGHEST IN GM


WIGAN 209 - UP 45 on day & UP 99 wk to wk. Pop score up 64 today - POP SCORE 14, 220


SALFORD 173 - UP 38 on day & UP 65 wk to wk - another big rise here. Pop Score up 66 . POP SCORE 14, 927

STOCKPORT 165 - UP 29 on day & DOWN 25 wk to wk Only week to week fall in GM today and best performer today. Pop Score up 56 today to take SK into the 12K club . POP SCORE 12, 048 increasing lead over Trafford as lowest Pop Score in GM


TAMESIDE 161 - UP 27 on day & UP 25 wk to wk - Pop Score up 71 - highest rise in GM today again. Tameside undeniably producing the worst numbers in GM right now as the constant numbers of local deaths - small per day as they are - in past week or two also indicates. POP SCORE 13, 367


TRAFFORD 158 - UP 47 on day & UP 50 Wk to wk - up by 66 Pop Score points today - 10 more than Stockport. So the gap to SKs lowest GM Pop Score lead climbs to 68 WITH A POP SCORE OF 12, 116.

BOLTON 157 - UP 52 on day & UP 48 wk to wk - Bolton Pop Score up 54 - worst and also highest cases in BL for 7 weeks today, POP SCORE 14, 483

OLDHAM 126 UP 10 on day & UP 25 wk to wk - Pop Score up 45 - joint lowest with Manchester in GM today - to stay 3 behind Manchester for highest GM pop score. POP SCORE 15, 246

BURY 109 - UP 50 on day & UP 37 wk to wk - NOT the best numbers in GM today. Pop score here up 57. POP SCORE 14, 114

ROCHDALE 105 - UP 12 on day & UP 44 wk to wk - Pop Score up 47 - POP SCORE 14, 732
 
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GM boroughs weekly past 7 day case totals:

Bury 609, Rochdale 678, Oldham 757, Bolton 783, Trafford 899, Salford 987, Tameside 1086, Stockport 1132, Wigan 1157 , Manchester 1709


Everyone up today apart from Stockport whose better numbers continued - Wigan up by so much (99 in one day) it went second behind Manchester.

Tameside rising too and Salford close to going back over 1000 as well.
 

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GM WEEKLY POP SCORES


Remember low scores good - going down good - high scores bad - going up bad


BOROUGH // POP SCORE TODAY // POP SCORE LAST WEEK // UP OR DOWN BY LAST 7 DAYS

Also WAS 4 weeks ago (up/down in past month)

NB:- These are now versus the week when the population was readjusted so some of the 4 week old Pop scores are artificially low for the next few days on that 4 week old comparison. The other more recent data here is unaffected. And in a few days neither will the 4 week old data be.



BOLTON 271 // 252 // UP 19 WAS 175 (up 96)

MANCHESTER 308 // 284 //UP 24 WAS 282 (up 26)

OLDHAM 310 // 240 // UP 70 WAS 303 (up 7

BURY 319 // 294 // UP 25 WAS 337 ( Down 18)

ROCHDALE 320 // 280 // UP 40 WAS 219 (Up 101)

WIGAN 350 // 262 // UP 88 WAS 179 (up 171)

SALFORD 376 // 331 // UP 45 WAS 219 (Up 157)

TRAFFORD 378 // 318 // UP 60 WAS 326 (up 52)

STOCKPORT 385 // 354 // UP 31 WAS 307 (up 78)

TAMESIDE 478 // 413 // UP 65 WAS 276 (Up 202)


Bolton the only one left in the 200s. Though it was well up today.

Tameside is clearly in most trouble and nearly 100 ahead of the rest now and rising daily towards 500.

Stockport was the only faller today and the pack behind almost caught up. A week ago it was as far ahead of them as Tameside now is of Stockport.

The low numbers a month ago caused by the population redistribution have one more day to run and then the comparison month to month will become more meaningful.
 

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Good figures (when i say good … ) compared to the disaster everyone predicted ?
Never been a particularly bad problem over there, they are a very fit nation generally so don’t struggle with the obesity issues that we do.
 
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