1. COVID-19

How many coronavirus cases are there in Salford?

As of Tuesday 28th September, there were 41,484 cumulative confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Salford, as reported by Public Health England. This is an increase of 125 new cases in Salford over the previous day.

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Track Salford coronavirus (COVID-19) cases by day

Graph tracking the number of confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) cases where the patient lives within the Salford Upper Tier Local Authority Area. This tracker is updated each day when Public Health England release that day's data.

Graph tracking the number of confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) cases where the patient lives within the Salford Upper Tier Local Authority Area.

Salford coronavirus map

Number of cases in UTLAs which border Salford

Salford shares boundaries with Manchester, Wigan, Bolton, Trafford, Warrington, and Bury. The below table shows the number of cumulative confirmed COVID-19 (coronavirus) cases in each neighbouring UTLA as of Tuesday 28th September:

UTLA#CasesMap
Manchester88,572map
Wigan50,154map
Bolton43,912map
Trafford31,398map
Warrington29,644map
Bury28,421map

Percentage increase in Salford coronavirus (COVID-19) cases by day

Table showing the percentage increase in confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) cases per day where the patient lives within the Salford Upper Tier Local Authority Area. This table is updated each day when Public Health England release that day's data.

Total Cases% Increase
TUE
28
SEP
414840.3%
MON
27
SEP
413590.2%
SUN
26
SEP
412690.2%
SAT
25
SEP
411680.3%
FRI
24
SEP
410480.3%
THU
23
SEP
409350.3%
WED
22
SEP
408190.3%
TUE
21
SEP
406920.2%
MON
20
SEP
405920.3%
SUN
19
SEP
404890.2%
SAT
18
SEP
403930.3%
FRI
17
SEP
402700.3%
THU
16
SEP
401610.2%
WED
15
SEP
400780.2%
TUE
14
SEP
39984
    Source: GOV.UK Coronavirus API
    Download: GetTheData: Coronavirus: Local Authority Cases by Day
    Licence: Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right 2020. Contains National Statistics data © Crown copyright and database right 2020.