Coronavirus in Slough – Area with the fewest infections

Which area in Slough and the surrounding areas have had the fewest confirmed coronavirus cases?

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We’ve compiled a list of the number of confirmed cases up to December 3, which is the latest available data date, to show which area has had the least – along with the change compared to the seven day previous.

Burham North, Taplow and Dorney saw four cases, an one less than the previous week. 

Nine cases were recorded in Haymill and Lynch Hill – 16 fewer than the previous week.

12 new cases were recorded in Langley Kederminster, which was down by 16 on the previous week. Stoke Poges and George Green also had 12 new cases, eight fewer than the previous week.

Langley St Mary’s saw 15 new cases diagnosed, down by six on the week before. 15 cases were also diagnosed in Cippenham Green, seven more than the week before.

17 new cases were diagnosed in Britwell, down by eight on the week before. 17 new cases were also diagnosed in Burnham South, five more than the week previous.

23 cases were diagnosed in Langley Foxborough, two fewer than the previous week.

24 cases were diagnosed in Manor Park, 10 less than the week before.

31 new cases were diagnosed in Baylis and Stoke, 17 fewer than the previous week.

33 cases were recorded in Stoke Road and Wexham Road, 17 fewer than the previous week. 33 cases were also diagnosed in Chalvey, a large reduction of 16 on the week before.

40 cases were also diagnosed in Wexham Lea, down by nine the week previous.

42 new cases were diagnosed in Cippenham Meadows, three fewer than the week before.

52 new cases were diagnosed in Central Slough and Upton Park, up by 17 on the week before.

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