East Sussex coronavirus rates: These are the latest figures from your area
A new three tiered system of coronavirus restrictions in England has placed the emphasis on infection rates, rather than total numbers, to track the spread.
Areas can now be put under one of three risk levels - medium, high or very high - largely depending on the number of infections recorded per 100,000 people.
Every local authority in East Sussex is currently at a medium risk level, meaning residents have to abide by the rule of six and pubs/restaurants adhere to a 10pm curfew.
As a rule of thumb, areas with infection rates of more than 100 per 100,000 people are nearing 'high risk' and being placed under a local lockdown.
Here are the infection rates for East Sussex's local authorities, for the week October 6 to October 12. These figures are the most up to date infection rates from Public Health England.
Brighton and Hove - 80 per 100,000
Lewes - 40 per 100,000
Wealden - 65 per 100,000
Eastbourne - 20 per 100,000
Hastings - 38 per 100,000
Rother - 28 per 100,000
The average for England is 93 new cases per 100,000 people.
As of yesterday afternoon (October 15), there have been a total of 2,437 positive cases of coronavirus in East Sussex, rising by 39 yesterday.
Brighton and Hove has recorded 1,541 positive cases so far.