Public Health England breaks down the numbers of Covid-19 cases into neighbourhoods called ‘Middle Super Output Areas’ (MSOAs), which are smaller than council wards and based on population rather than geographical area.
The interactive map, which can be found online, allows users to type in their postcode and see how many cases were reported in their area and if it has increased or decreased from the week before.
These areas on the map are coloured white and described as “suppressed”, meaning MSOA level rates are suppressed and there have been zero to two cases in a seven-day period. This also protects the privacy of individuals and prevents disclosure.
Government and Public Health England define a coronavirus cluster as an area where there are more than two Covid-19 cases in a population size of 7,500 at any one time.
The seven days up until Tuesday, February 23, the latest data, these are the areas in Berkshire with no coronavirus clusters:
- Farnham & Hedgerley
- Windsor Town & Eton
- Winkfield & Cranbourne
- Chavey Down & North Ascot West
- South Ascot & Sunningdale
- Ascot & North Ascot East
- Birch Hill & Hanworth East
- Crown Wood
- Maidenhead East
- Pinkney’s Green & Furze Platt Road
- Wokingham North & Hurst
- Spencers Wood & Swallowfield
- Crowthorne South
- Caversham Balmore Park
- Caversham Heights
- Purley on Thames
- Sonning Common & Kidmore End
- Thatcham West
- Newbury Wash Common
In the seven days up until Tuesday, February 16, 18 areas of Berkshire reported no coronavirus cases. These areas included Pinkney’s Green & Furze Platt Road, Windsor Town & Eton, Barkham & Woose Hill
,Whitley Wood and Caversham Emmer Green.
Earley in Wokingham, which has recorded no coronavirus clusters in the latest data, is the area that reported the biggest decrease of Covid-19 cases, after 14 people tested positive for coronavirus in the seven days to Tuesday, February 16.
Fresh coronavirus cases across Berkshire continue to decrease, with 43 Covid-19 new cases recorded in the past 24 hours.
To view the interactive map visit coronavirus.data.gov.uk/details/interactive-map