Coronavirus in Windsor and Maidenhead – Which area had the fewest cases?

The area in the Royal Borough and the surrounding areas with the fewest confirmed number of coronavirus cases has been confirmed.

The number of new cases were recorded in the seven days up to and including December 23, which is the latest available data.

Pinkney’s Green and Furze Platt Road saw 19 new cases, five more than the previous week.

27 cases were recorded in Bray Wick and Holyport, seven more than the week before.

Windsor Town and Eton had 33 cases, nine more than the week before.

35 new cases were reported in Maidenhead Highway, 16 more than the week before.

36 new cases were recorded in Maidenhead East, 17 more than the previous week.

Furze Platt had 37 new cases, 21 more than the week before.

39 cases were reported in Boyn Hill and Norreys Drive, 19 more than the week before.

40 new cases were recorded in Clewer Village, 24 more than the previous week.

41 new cases were recorded in Old Windsor and Wraysbury, up by 25 on the seven days before.

44 cases were reported in Cox Green, double the number recorded in the seven days before.

47 new cases were reported in Maidenhead Central, up by 16 on the previous week.

50 cases were reported in Spital and Cranbourne Park, up by 20 on the previous seven days.

51 cases were recorded in Datchet, 30 more than the week before.

 

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