The coronavirus infection rate has passed 100 cases per 100,000 people in every part of the capital.

Three boroughs had a rate higher than 200 in the week to October 23. Ealing, west London, has the highest rate, at 220.3 (754 cases), compared to 153.9 (526) the week before.

The 100 per 100,000 threshold was the threshold used when deciding to move London into tier 2 coronavirus restrictions on October 17.

Hammersmith and Fulham, west London, is the second worst hit borough, with a rate of 212.3 (393 cases), up from 146.4 (271 cases) the previous week.

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It is followed by Kingston, south-west London, with a rate of 203.9 (362 cases), compared to 122.8 (218) in the seven days before.

More to follow.