Coronavirus in Windsor and Maidenhead – Areas with fewest infections

An interactive map has revealed which area in Windsor and Maidenhead recorded the fewest Coronavirus cases over the last week.

The map displays the number of Coronavirus cases recorded in the seven days up to October 30, which is the latest available data.

You can see the data for Slough here.

Four cases were diagnosed in Clewer Village, five fewer than the previous week.

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Seven cases were diagnosed in neighbouring Clewer New Town, the same figure as the week before.

Eight cases were diagnosed in Pinkey’s Greenand  Furze Platt Road East, up by two on the previous week. 

Eight cases were also reported in Boyn Hill and Norreys Drive, six fewer than the previous week.

Nine new cases were reported in Windsor Town and Eton, up by one on the week before.

11 cases were diagnosed in Maidenhead Highway, up two on the week before.

13 cases were diagnosed in Datchet, one more than the week before.

14 cases were reported in Old Windsor and Wraysbury, the same number as the previous week.

16 cases were diagnosed in Bray Wick and Holyport, two fewer than the previous week.

18 new cases were diagnosed in Cox Green, down by six on the previous week.

20 cases were diagnosed in Maidenhead East, up five on the previous week.

22 cases were diagnosed in Furze Platt, up by 20 on the week before.

24 cases were diagnosed in Maidenhead Central, up by six on the week before.

 

 

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