More than 600 new cases of coronavirus have been recorded across Lancashire in the last 24 hours.
Figures show that 681 positive results were reported - with Blackpool once again seeing the highest number of cases.
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Preston saw a rise in cases with 64, followed by West Lancashire where 58 new cases were recorded.
Meanwhile, Burnley saw the lowest number of cases with 31.
Lancashire's latest daily Covid cases by borough as of Sunday, November 28
The data below includes the total number of cases, followed by the new daily figure (in brackets) and the overall infection rate for each area since the pandemic began. The vast majority of these cases are historical.
Blackburn with Darwen: 32,425 (+54) 21,612.3 per 100,000
Blackpool: 25,161 (+71) 18,182.4 per 100,000
Burnley: 18,207 (+31) 20,378.5 per 100,000
Chorley: 20,126 (+58) 16,931.1 per 100,000
Fylde: 12,804 (+36) 15,766.3 cases per 100,000
Hyndburn: 15,995 (+41) 19,714.5 per 100,000
Lancaster: 21,864 (+56) 14,761.1 per 100,000
Pendle: 17,376 (+33) 18,857.2 per 100,000
Preston: 27,316 (+64) 18,950.1 per 100,000
Ribble Valley: 11,332 (+42) 18,269.8 per 100,000
Rossendale: 13,624 (+33) 19,072.7 per 100,000
South Ribble: 19,122 (+55) 17,213.7 per 100,000
West Lancashire: 18,896 (+58) 16,503.6 per 100,000
Wyre: 18,428 (+49) 16,298.3 cases per 100,000
Mandatory mask-wearing will return to shops and public transport on Tuesday, Health Secretary Sajid Javid said as a third case of the Omicron variant of coronavirus was detected in the UK.
The Cabinet minister told families they should plan for Christmas “as normal” and said it is “nowhere near” time to reintroduce social distancing rules and work-from-home guidance, despite a raft of precautionary measures being reintroduced to tackle the concerning strain.
But later on Sunday, the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) said it had identified another case of Omicron in an individual with links to travel in southern Africa who visited Westminster in London before leaving the country.
Dr Jenny Harries, the UKHSA chief executive, acknowledged it is “very likely” that further cases of Omicron, which is feared to spread rapidly and may evade existing vaccines to a degree, will be discovered in the coming days.
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