Coronavirus infections rates are continuing to rise across Greater Manchester.
Figures showed that on Monday 2,622 people tested positive across the region, by far the highest number on a single day.
Rochdale now has the most cases in the region, with 534.6 per 100,000 people.
And there has been a 35 per cent week-on-week rise in cases in Bolton.
All but two of our boroughs have more the double the current England average infection rate.
In the week ending on October 19, cases climbed 15 per cent week-on-week in Greater Manchester as a whole.
Areas where cases had been falling, including Stockport, Trafford and Manchester, are now back on the increase.
On Monday Wigan reported 378 positive case