Covid-19: This areas in Windsor has three cases or less

AS the town continues to face restrictions of the third national lockdown, we have rounded up the latest case numbers to show how rates are changing in Windsor.

A spread of different colours a few months ago, the Government’s Covid-19 map showed almost the whole of Reading as a sea of purple and dark purple in recent months, indicating that the rolling rate for each postcode was above 400 or 800 respectively.

But now some locations are once again changing colour to reveal a significant decrease in cases.

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And one area in the town has recently reported both extremely low rates and cases.

Spital & Cranbourne Park had less than three cases in the week leading to February 12, with the exact amount not provided for privacy reasons.

The area, shown on the map in white, indicates a promising drop in recent cases.



The central Windsor area is now showing green – with a rate of under 100.

Central Windsor recorded six cases in the seven days leading to February 12 and, with the low rate, currently stands as one of the least affected areas.

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The rolling rate for central Windsor is 84.9, a number far lower than the average case rate in England of 148.8.

Clewer Village has also seen a significant decline in cases, with only 4 recorded throughout the period and with a rate of 55.3.

Despite these few areas recording record-low rates, cases across the whole town are dropping.

Seven–day rates are expressed per 100,000 population and are calculated by dividing the seven day count by the area population and multiplying by 100,000.

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