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Author Topic: The 49 areas in Berkshire with almost no coronavirus cases  (Read 54 times)
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« on: April 07, 2021, 05:18:17 PM »

THERE are 49 areas in Berkshire which have reported barely any coronavirus clusters according to the latest statistics as Covid-19 cases decrease across the county.

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.

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 Thursday, April 1, the latest data, these are the areas in Berkshire with no coronavirus clusters:

Stoke Poges & George Green
Central Slough & Upton Court
Langley Foxborough
Windsor Town & Eton
Clewer New Town
Clewer Village
Burham North, Taplow & Dorney
Cookham & Waltham
Furze Platt
Boyn Hill & Norreys Drive
Chavey Down & North Ascot West
Wick Hill
Hanworth West
Owlsmoor & Broadmoor
College Town
Crowthorne South
Crowthorne North
Wokingham North & Hurst
Arborfield & Garrison
Wokingham West & South
Barkham & Woose Hill
Woodley South
Sonning & Woodley North
Palmer Park
Leighton Park
Reading Central
Whitley Wood
Caversham Heights
Caversham Balmore Park
Caversham Emmer Green
Lower Caversham
Norcot North
Tilehurst North
Norcot South
Calcot North & Little Heath
Calcot South
Burghfield Common
Theale & Beenham
Purley on Thames
Thatcham North East
Thatcham Town
Thatcham West
Newbury Central & Greenham
Newbury Clay Hill

In the seven days up until April 1, 49 areas of Berkshire reported no coronavirus cases. These areas included Arborfield & Garrison, Windsor Town & Eton and Burham North, Taplow & Dorney.

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