The number of coronavirus cases in Kent has risen to a total of 6,083, according to the latest government information.
Public Health England, in its daily update, confirmed that there are now approximately 336 COVID-19 cases per 100,000 people in the county.
This means that approximately one in 303 people living in Kent tested positive for the infection.
Of the total number of cases, 781 are in Medway and another 5,302 are in other parts of the county.
The Kent Hospital Trust, which has had no coronavirus deaths in 9 days
Government numbers give a more detailed breakdown of where exactly the confirmed cases are in the county.
Check out our map below to see how many confirmed cases there are in Kent based on the number of patients per 100,000 population in each area.
Press a specific area to see a more detailed breakdown.
Note: Data based on Public Health England figures released today (Thursday 11 June).
What does the card show?
The map shows how many cases per 100,000 people live in each area of Kent and how many confirmed COVID-19 cases there are in total.
Ashford has both the highest case concentration per 100,000 people and the total number of cases.
With an infection rate of 663.7 and 858 cases, it is the second worst affected area in all of England.
Medway has the second highest number of cases at 781, but at a lower rate of 281.1 per 100,000 population in the region.
The Kent area with the second highest infection rate after Ashford is Thanet with 663 cases and a rate of 467.5 per 100,000.
With a total of 495 cases, Dartford has the third highest infection rate of 451.2.
The least affected area in the county, based on the infection rate and positive tests, is Tonbridge and Malling with 181.1 cases per 100,000 people and 235 cases in total.
Sevenoaks has the next lowest total infections (251) and rate (208.7), followed by Tunbridge Wells with 258 cases and an infection rate of 218.5.
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Understand COVID-19 numbers
Public Health England says on the government's website: "Areas with larger populations tend to have more cases than areas with smaller populations.
"To take into account the different population sizes, the rates are calculated. The number for each area is divided by the total population and multiplied by 100,000.
"The populations are the mid-2018 estimates from the National Statistics Office.
"The rates are easier to compare than the raw numbers, but do not take into account other factors that can affect the number of cases, such as the age of the population or the number of tests performed."
As of mid-2018 estimates, Kent and Medway have 1,846,478 residents.