COVID daily figures for East Sussex

This page was last updated on Monday 21 June 2021. We update this page every working day.

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129 new COVID-19 cases were reported in East Sussex in the latest available 7-day period. That’s slightly up from 98 when last reported.

We are using data published by GOV.UK on Sunday 20 June 2021 at 4pm.

National and local comparisons
Area Rate per 100,000 population
East Sussex 23
South East 50
England 86

Data about COVID-19 cases in the UK on GOV.UK.

See our weekly update on Covid-19 in East Sussex.

You can look up the infection rate for your area by postcode on GOV.UK.

The table of cases below shows the total number of people with at least one positive COVID-19 test result for latest available 7-day period.

Breakdown of COVID cases in East Sussex by district and borough
District or borough Cases (last reported)
Eastbourne 15 (15)
Hastings 28 (17)
Lewes 29 (26)
Rother 19 (16)
Wealden 38 (24)

How to help us manage the pandemic

We all need to keep testing ourselves regularly and reporting the results of those tests.

We can predict that cases will continue to rise in East Sussex but fewer people are taking tests and very few are reporting the results of those tests. Without that information our services are increasingly working in the dark.

Get tested and report the results

It is recommended that you test yourself twice a week, even if you have no symptoms:

It's very important to report the result of every coronavirus test that you do yourself. It shows you the result on a handheld device that comes with the test kit:

Of course if you get any symptoms, no matter how mild, you must self-isolate and book a test:

And remember:

  • hands, face, space
  • social distancing is still very important
  • minimise the amount you travel where possible
  • continue to work from home if you can
  • avoid crowded places
  • limit your number of social contacts
  • follow national restrictions guidance.

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