Coventry has overtaken Nuneaton and Bedworth as part of the region with the most new coronavirus cases.
There has been an increase in new Covid 19 cases in the city, 42 of which have tested positive in the past week.
However, it is still behind Sandwell and Birmingham as the areas of the West Midlands with the most cases.
In Coventry, the rolling 7-day rate of new cases per 100,000 people has increased from 7.6 to 11.5.
Nuneaton and Bedworth have the most cases in this metric in Coventry and Warwickshire, but are not second on the list at 9.3 per 100,000.
In comparison, the rate in Sandwell is over 28.
Figures for the seven days to July 27 are based on tests performed in laboratories (Pillar 1 of the government's test program) and in the wider community (Pillar 2).
The rate is expressed as the number of new cases per 100,000 people.
Data for the past three days (July 28-30) has been excluded because it is incomplete and is likely to be revised.
The list is based on figures from Public Health England that were updated on July 30th in the government's Coronavirus online dashboard.
Here is the full list.
From left to right is: Name of the local authority the rate of new cases in the seven days to July 27; the number (in brackets) of new cases registered in the seven days to July 27; the rate of new cases in the seven days to July 20; the number (in brackets) of new cases registered in the seven days to July 20.
- Coventry 11.5 (42), 7.6 (28)
- North Warwickshire 9.3 (6), 9.3 (6)
- Nuneaton and Bedworth 10.9 (14), 10.9 (14)
- Solihull 6.0 (13), 5.1 (11)
- Warwick 4.2 (6), 3.5 (5)
- Stratford-on-Avon 3.1 (4), 0.0 (0)
- Rugby 2.8 (3), 3.7 (4)
Meanwhile, Matt Hancock said the government was ready to take action in other parts of England if necessary.
Health Minister Hancock said the government needed to take action in all ten Greater Manchester districts because the virus is spreading further than in local areas where specific action has already been taken.
He said: "We have shown that we are ready to take the necessary measures to ensure the safety of people.
"That was the case in Leicester when we took action there, and we are taking much more local action in hundreds of different locations across the country.
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"And we see the number of cases increasing in some parts of the country and we take action where we need to.
"Well, fortunately, the number of cases is much, much less in the south-west and south-east of England, so we didn't have to do this.
"But we are not afraid to take it where it is needed. Of course we would rather not want it because of the impact it has on people's lives, but we are ready when it is needed."
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