Lancashire's most recent Covid hotspots can be revealed amid government warnings over a new variant.

Face masks will be made mandatory from Tuesday in certain settings as part of new measures to act as a precaution after Omicron cases were confirmed in the UK.

Bacup, in Rossendale, has the highest rate of Covid in the county over the last seven days with areas of the Ribble Valley, South Ribble, Blackpool, and Chorley also featuring prominently.

You can see the areas with rates over 400 in Lancashire below.

Every neighbourhood is split up using Middle Super Output Area (MSOA) data, breaking districts down into smaller areas, to give a picture of where cases are rising from neighbourhood to neighbourhood.

Each area has an average population of around 7,200 people to present an equal picture across every area in the country.

Seven days rolling Covid-19 infection rate up to November 28

Bacup - 93 cases - 840.9

Waddington, Gisburn & Slaidburn - 58 cases - 778.7

South Promenade & Seasiders Way - 44 cases - 741.7

Penwortham South - 44 cases - 739.6

Eccleston & Charnock Richard - 55 cases - 720.8

North Shore - 42 cases - 701.1

Lostock Hall - 52 cases - 698.1

Moss Side - 35 cases - 685.5

Pilling, Great Eccleston & Inksip - 45 cases - 679.8

Leyland South East & Buckshaw Village - 51 cases - 677.2

Croston & Mawdesley - 52 cases - 654.7

Helmshore - 38 cases - 622.8

Broughton & Wynchor - 49 cases - 618.8

Barrowford, Higham & Pendleside - 59 cases - 615.3

Bonds, Bilsborrow & Wyresdale - 43 cases - 612.3

Lower Penwortham South - 34 cases - 583.1

Clitheroe North - 47 cases - 577.7

Little Bispham & Anchorsholme - 44 cases - 576.7

Great Harwood - 63 cases - 571.0

Scale Hall & Torrisholme - 68 cases - 568.6

Elswick, Singleton & Weeton - 44 cases - 548.5

Penwortham North - 29 cases - 540.7

Garstang & Catterall - 51 cases - 536.1

Burscough - 48 cases - 518.2

Brindle & WIthnell - 31 cases - 512.3

Morecambe South West - 31 cases - 512.1

Seven Stars - 32 cases - 508.3

Oswaldtwistle - 37 cases - 508.2

Norbreck & Bispham - 40 cases - 506.5

Aughton - 40 cases - 500.7

Chorley West - 56 cases - 500.3

Heysham & Overton - 69 cases - 497.7

Accrington South East - 42 cases - 496.1

North East Centre (Blackpool) - 34 cases - 494.6

Hesketh Bank & Tarleton - 43 cases - 494.3

Upholland - 37 cases - 491.7

Clitheroe South - 44 cases - 491.3

Crawshawbooth, Reedsholme & Water - 39 cases - 488.8

Kellet and Lune Valley - 30 cases - 485.3

Waterfoot & Stacksteads - 61 cases - 485.0

Queen's Park & Higher Croft - 47 cases - 482.5

St Annes Town - 49 cases - 481.1

Leyland North - 37 cases - 480.6

Whalley & Brockhall - 44 cases - 476.4

Darwen Town - 30 cases - 475.3

Accrington West - 60 cases - 468.9

Clayton-le-Woods - 44 cases - 465.7

Church - 25 cases - 463.3

Grimsargh & Goosnargh - 30 cases - 463.2

East Darwen - 26 cases - 458.9

Hapton & Lowerhouse - 27 cases - 458.8

Audley - 39 cases - 453.1

Ormskirk North & West - 38 cases - 452.5

Lea & Marina - 30 cases - 452.4

South Darwen & Whitehall - 38 cases - 451.3

Fleetwood South East - 34 cases - 451.2

Morecambe Town - 36 cases - 450.2

Euxton - 38 cases - 448.0

Little Layton & Little Carleton - 27 cases - 442.3

Shadsworth & Intack - 47 cases - 442.0

Cliviger, Worsthorne & Lane Bottom - 22 cases - 441.4

Park Road (Blackpool) - 33 cases - 438.4

Squires Gate - 34 cases - 437.3

Victoria (Blackpool) - 34 cases - 431.3

Poulton North & Carleton East - 35 cases - 430.9

Wilpshire & Mellor - 37 cases - 430.0

Whittle-le-Woods & Anglezarke - 39 cases - 429.4

Clifton & Newton-with-Scales - 29 cases - 429.0

St Annes North & Airport - 32 cases - 427.1

Bamber Bridge West - 23 cases - 427.0

Accrington North East - 53 cases - 426.8

Little Marton & Marton Moss Side - 29 cases - 425.8

Parbod, Appley Bridge & Wrightington - 28 cases - 425.4

Morecambe Westgate - 28 cases - 424.0

Gregson Lane & Coupe Lane - 26 cases - 421.5

Barclay Hills & Trinity - 38 cases - 419.5

Skelmersdale Ashurst - 25 cases - 418.8

Farington - 33 cases - 418.7

Queenstown & Layton - 33 cases - 416.2

Ashton-on-Ribble & Larches - 44 cases - 414.9

Read, Sabden & Chatburn - 32 cases - 414.0

Chorley North - 33 cases - 413.3

Morecambe West End - 24 cases - 406.6

Hawes Side - 29 cases - 405.8

Poulton South - 35 cases - 404.1

Churchtown - 32 cases - 403.5

Clayton-le-Moors & Huncoat - 45 cases - 400.6

Health Secretary Sajid Javid has said mandatory mask-wearing will return to shops and public transport on Tuesday under plans to combat the new Omicron variant of coronavirus.

But he told families they should plan for Christmas “as normal”.

The Cabinet Minister said on Sunday the situation is “nowhere near” the need to reintroduce social distancing rules and work from home guidance, despite a raft of precautionary measures being reintroduced to tackle the concerning strain.

Passengers arriving to the UK have been told that from 4am on Tuesday they will have to take a PCR test for Covid-19, with the expectation they will have to self-isolate until they test negative.

All contacts with a suspected case of Omicron will have to isolate for 10 days, regardless of their vaccination status, amid concerns existing jabs will be less effective against the strain that is believed to spread rapidly.

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