Current status in Wirral

Weekly data from the Office for National Statistics (published on 27 July 2021) showed there had been 56 registered deaths in Wirral, with no COVID-19 deaths in the latest 7 days. Total deaths from COVID-19 in Wirral are now 974.

Current cases in Wirral

In the 7 days to 27 July 2021, the most recent day for which figures are complete.

The current level of cases in Wirral per week 1,006

Wirral COVID-19 infection rate

For the 7 days to 27 July 2021.

Number of infected people per 100,000 310.5
Percentage of all people tested
who tested positive in the last 7 days

COVID-19 infections by age group

For the 7 days to 27 July 2021.

Age group Proportion of all Wirral cases
0-19 32.1%
20-39 39.6%
40-59 20.1%
60+ 8.2%

Cases by sex

For the 7 days to 27 July 2021. Some cases did not have a gender recorded.

  Percentage of cases
Female 51.9%
Male 48%

Cases by ethnic background

For the 7 days to 27 July 2021.

Ethnic background Percentage of Wirral cases
White British 83.4%
Black and minority ethnic (BAME) or mixed heritage and Unknown 6.4%
Unknown 10.2%

Number of COVID-19 cases by ward

For the 7 days to 27 July 2021. Increases and decreases are compared with numbers for the previous week.

Find out which ward you live in

Numbers of cases between 1 and 4 will only be indicated with ‘less than 5’ on the table. This is to minimise risk of people from being identified through this data.

Ward Number of cases
Prenton 73
Rock Ferry 69
Birkenhead and Tranmere 66
Bidston and St James 54
Seacombe 54
Wallasey 53
Upton 50
Leasowe and Moreton East 49
New Brighton 49
Bromborough 47
Claughton 46
Greasby, Frankby and Irby 44
Eastham 43
Liscard 42
Clatterbridge 38
Bebington 37
Hoylake and Meols 35
Moreton West and Saughall Massie 35
Oxton 35
Heswall 33
Pensby and Thingwall 28
West Kirby and Thurstaston 23

Vaccination rate

As of 29 July 2021.

Percentage of people eligible in Wirral to have had at least one COVID-19 vaccination 83.2%
Percentage of people who have had two doses 72.7%

From 16 November 2020, Public Health England updated the way it records the location of people who test positive or negative for COVID-19

View more statistics at the Wirral Intelligence Service