Twenty-five areas with hovering instances have been added to the record, with Hackney and Tower Hamlets coming in sixth and seventh respectively.
Each boroughs recorded greater than 1,500 new infections within the week ending July 18.
Additionally they have extraordinarily low vaccination charges. In Tower Hamlets simply 35 per cent of persons are double jabbed, whereas in Hackney it’s 39 per cent.
Islington, Southwark, Lambeth and Hammersmith and Fulham additionally made the highest 20 on the Covid watchlist, in line with the ZOE Covid Symptom Examine.
Wandsworth was twenty first and Camden twenty fifth.
North East Lincolnshire was essentially the most infectious place, with 3,324 instances per 100,000 individuals.
The arrival of the extremely transmissible Delta variant is behind the UK’s third wave.
Barts Well being Belief, which runs hospitals in Tower Hamlets, Newham and Waltham Forest, confirmed it was caring for 100 sufferers who had examined optimistic for Covid on Friday – double the quantity it was two weeks in the past.
Professor of Genetic Epidemiology at King’s School London Tim Spector OBE mentioned the information confirmed we’ve not but reached the height of the present wave.
He mentioned: “Sadly, hopes that the present wave of infections had peaked have light, as ZOE’s up to date knowledge exhibits new Covid instances persevering with to rise because the UK lifts most restrictions.
“Whereas Covid is much less extreme within the younger and vaccinated inhabitants, it’s not positively not going away anytime quickly.
“We mustn’t neglect the teachings of the pandemic in our rush to return to ‘regular life’, as this can solely delay Covid’s grip on our lives.
“Because the numbers rise many people won’t solely have our lives disrupted with infinite notifications to self-isolate however extra individuals will probably be affected by lengthy Covid.”
Mayor Sadiq Khan has mentioned the vaccine roll-out has prevented the sharp spike in instances resulting in hospitalisations.
Talking to the Commonplace, Mr Khan mentioned: “What we’re seeing is, roughly talking, 4,000 new instances a day in London. “
“The excellent news is, we’re not seeing a proportionate improve in hospital admissions, ICU admissions, or deaths. That’s due to the vaccine.”