THESE are the postcode areas across the county which have reported a rise in the number of new coronavirus cases in the past week.
A total of 24 neighbourhoods in the Berkshire have seen cases up, compared to the week before.
Most recent Public Health England data shows the picture in the seven days to April 15, compared to the seven days to April 8.
It comes as promising data shows that overall, five out of six council areas in our region have continued to see a fall in the number of new infections.
All council areas apart from West Berkshire saw a rise in the number of new Covid cases over the same time period.
Analysis of this data has found that the majority of areas which have seen a rise in cases have only seen slight increases – between one and three new cases.
However, some areas in Bracknell Forest have seen large increases – with one area seeing a rise by seven cases alone in the past week.
Although these areas have seen a rise, the majority of postcode areas across the region are thankfully continuing to see a steady decline in Covid cases.
To give you an understanding of how the virus is affecting your area – here’s the list of postcodes where cases have gone up in the past week.
Britwell – 9 cases (up by 2)
Stoke Road & Wexham Road – 12 cases (up by 3)
Langley St Mary’s – 9 cases (up by 3)
Langley Foxborough – 5 cases (up by 1)
Iver & Richings Park – 4 cases (up by 2)
Windsor and Maidenhead
Cookham & Waltham – 3 new cases (up by 1)
Maidenhead East – 5 new cases (up by 1)
Maidenhead Central – 9 new cases (up by 5)
Binfield & Popeswood – 7 new cases (up 5)
Priestwood – 3 new cases (up 1)
Central Bracknell & Wildridings – 4 new cases (up by 2)
Birch Hill & Hanworth East – 3 new cases (up by 1)
Crown Wood – 4 new cases (up by 2)
Chavey Down & North Ascot West – 6 new cases (up by 3)
Sandhurst – 4 new cases (up by 2)
Winnersh – 5 new cases (up by 3)
Lower Earley South – 4 new cases (up by 2)
Lower Earley North – 4 cases (up by 1)
Earley – 4 new cases (up by 2)
Southlake – 4 cases (up by 2)
Coley Park – 7 cases, (up by 4)
Mortimer & Aldermaston Wharf – 8 cases (up by 3)
Battle & Caversham Bridge – 5 cases (up by 2)
Southampton Street & Redlands Road – 6 cases (up by 2)