The list includes almost all local authority areas in the northeast of England, nearly half of southwest England, and nearly a third of Yorkshire and the Humbershire.
The data also shows that every part of England now records a coronavirus infection rate higher than the symbolic level of 100 cases per 100,000 people-the first time since the peak of the second wave in early January.
These figures were compiled by PA News Agency and published on the day most of the remaining Covid-19 lockdown restrictions in England were finally lifted.
Shops and public transportation are no longer mandatory to wear masks, restrictions on social gatherings have been lifted, and home guidance work has ended.
However, many companies and transportation operators still require people to wear masks.
PA analysis shows that approximately 50 (16%) of the 315 local authorities in England currently record a higher rate of Covid-19 cases than at any point in time since the start of mass testing.
Eight of them are located in northeast England: Redcar and Cleveland (1,268.0 cases per 100,000 people-highest anywhere in England); Middlesbrough (1,178.9); Hartlepool (1,061.3); Sunderland (1,036.7); Stowe Kerton T-shirt (944.5); Darlington (863.3); Durham County (783.3); and Northumberland County (674.6).
In neighbouring Yorkshire and the Humber, there are currently six areas with record incidences: Doncaster (729.1), Wakefield (667.2), Leeds (599.4), Richmond (575.1), Hamilton (552.4) Riding with East Yorkshire (517.9).
All rates are for the 7 days prior to July 14. The case data from July 15 to 18 are incomplete and therefore not included.
These figures reflect the impact of the third wave of coronavirus, which started in the UK at the end of May and has now led to a sharp increase in new cases across the country.
England’s current overall new case rate is 425.3 per 100,000 people: the highest level since January 19.