Although cases are slowly falling across England, there are still many areas where the rate of new cases has prompted concern.
There are a total of 11 areas which have been identified to have an increase in the prevalence of the virus in the past seven days, according to the Zoe Covid Symptom Study.
The area identified to have the highest rate of cases per 100,000 people was Thurrock at 5,377 cases.
The remaining 10 places were Hammersmith and Fulham, Bolton, Manchester, Rochdale, Angus, Isle of Anglesey, Monmouthshire, Powys, Barnsley and Wakefield.
A further seven places had a fairly constant prevalence of the virus in the past week, while seven areas saw a decrease.