ONE area of Dudley has recorded more than 100 coronavirus cases in a week according to latest figures.

The latest data published on the Government website GOV.UK shows how many cases have been recorded in the seven days up to January 8 – the latest data available.

Dudley Priory and Wrens Nest recorded 117 cases, while Woodsetton recorded 84.

The figures are split into several "middle super output areas" – zones that are slightly larger than postcode areas with an average population of around 7,200 people.

The figures for local areas are as follows:

Lower Gornal and The Straits - 64

Upper Gornal and Ruiton - 36

Dudley Priory and Wrens Nest - 117

Kates Hill - 54

Netherton - 47

Woodsetton - 84

Sedgley West - 45

Sedgley East - 53

Russells Hall - 69

Brockmoor and Woodside - 59

Pensnett and Kingswinford East - 35

Tipton - 93

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