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Written by Robert Smith   
Friday, 30 October 2009

Swine flu cases across the UK with data showing swine flu rates in England, Scotland and Wales

We know there are still a lot of swine flu cases across the country right now - rates are starting to rise again with the onset of the flu season. But where are the concentrations? Which areas have the highest rates? Now we know.

Produced by Nottingham University's Division of Primary Care the figures show the rate of infections recorded in GPs' surgeries across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. You can see from this exactly how bad Tower Hamlets is - and which areas have the lowest rates.

Nottingham only really gets us England and Northern Ireland rates, so we have gone to the regional government sites for Scotland and Wales data.

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