GOVERNMENT data shows the areas in Brighton and Hove where coronavirus has been suppressed.

The rate of coronavirus in an area is classed as “suppressed” if there were fewer than three cases in a week.

In the Brighton and Hove, there are three areas which have seen two or fewer cases in the week until February 17, the latest data available.

They were King Alfred, Seven Dials and Rottingdean and Saltdean.

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Coronavirus cases are falling across the city. However some areas remain more affected than others.

The areas which have seen the most cases are Portside Village, West Blatchington and Bevendean and Moulsecoomb East.

Those areas area saw nine, 12 and 11 cases in the week until February 17 respectively.

Yesterday The Argus reported how the weekly coronavirus rate in Brighton and Hove had fallen to less than half the England average.

In the latest complete Public Health England figures, covering the week leading up to February 16, there were 177 new cases recorded in Brighton and Hove.

This gave it a weekly rate of 60.8 cases per 100,000 population.

The rate in England during the same period was 128.5, the rate in the United Kingdom was 128.5 and the figure for the South East region was 89.3.