Because the number of tests is often volatile from day to day, we show the figures as a seven-day rolling average.
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A medical worker conducts Covid-19 polymerase chain reaction tests.
This provides a clearer picture of where the pandemic is accelerating, staying the same, or reducing.
Those that have a positive rate higher than 3% are shown in shades of orange and red.
Close to 80 per cent of the population has been fully vaccinated, while 45.