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The Perth and Kinross neighbourhoods where COVID-19 has been suppressed

Perth and Kinross neighourhoods. The seven-day infection rate had dropped to its lowest since October 19 on April 4 when it was recorded at 36.9 per 100,000 people.It had went up slightly to 38.8 by April 5, but that is still down from 42.1 the week before.The virus is considered to be suppressed if less than three cases are recorded over a week.The neighbourhoods with only one or two recorded cases in the week up to April 5 are: Stanley and Murthly; Rannoch and Aberfeldy; Scone; Powmill, Cleish and Scotlandwell; Pitlochry; North Muirton and Old Scone; Muthill, Gleneagles and Greenloaning; Moncreiffe and Friarton; Milnathort and Crook of Devon; Luncarty and Dunkeld; Kinross; Invergowrie, Longforgan and Abernyte; Guildtown, Balbeggie and St.

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