Public Health England data shows that the rate in Peterborough in the week to August 30 was 429.4 per 100,000 people, based on 870 new cases.
For the week prior the rate was 475.3, with 963 cases diagnosed in the seven days to August 23.
In more than two-thirds of Peterborough Middle Layer Super Output Areas (MSOAs) there was a fall in the number of newly reported coronavirus cases.
MSOAs are geographic units designed to improve the reporting of small area statistics in England and Wales, with an average of 7,000 people per MSOA. If you're unsure of which your local area falls under, see the Public Health England interactive map.
This MSOA data is based on addresses given at the point of testing to reflect the distribution of cases throughout the city.
Figures for Peterborough in the week to August 30 compared to those from August 23 are:
- Paston - 72 cases, up 17
- Peterborough Central - 62 cases, up six
- Stanground - 61 cases, down 18
- Yaxley and Farcet - 51 cases, down seven
- Hampton Vale - 51 cases, down nine
- Fengate and Parnwell - 50 cases, up nine
- West Town and Woodston - 49 cases, down 16
- Central Park - 46 cases, up six
- Dogsthorpe - 45 cases, down six
- Hargate and Orton Longueville - 42 cases, down three
- Eye and Thorney - 41 cases, up five
- Newborough and Peakirk - 40 cases, down seven
- Fletton - 39 cases, down 26
- Millfield and Bourges Boulevard - 35 cases, up nine
- Bretton Park - 32 cases, down 14
- Walton - 32 cases, down 11
- Orton West and Castor - 32 cases, up 15
- Orton Malborne and Goldhay - 32 cases, down 14
- Glinton, Northborough and Maxey - 25 cases, down nine
- Werrington - 24 cases, down two
- North Bretton and Westwood - 22 cases, down 15
- Longthorpe and Netherton - 21 cases, up two
- Barnack, Wittering and Wansford - 20 cases, down nine
This comes after a vaccination statistics update on Thursday revealed more than 114,000 people in Peterborough are fully vaccinated - around 58.4% of the population.
Just over 20,000 more residents have had their first dose but not their second, an estimated 69% of the population.