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Author Topic: Covid cases rising in some Berkshire neighbourhoods ahead of Christmas  (Read 766 times)
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« on: November 16, 2021, 04:05:22 PM »

Covid cases in Berkshire are on the rise in rural areas and villages but bigger towns are seeing a drop in infections - with Reading doing the best.

Latest government figures show Reading Central was the only area of the county with an infection rate of between 50 and 99 cases per 100,000 people.

In the seven days to November 10, there were 15 cases or 99.6 infections per 100,000 people living in the centre of the town.

At the other end of the scale, Bray Wick and Holyport had more than 800 infections per 100,000 people.

The area in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead had 67 cases, which equates to 875.9 infections per 100,000 people.

Infections are down in the central areas of Bracknell, Newbury and Slough.

Here’s a breakdown of neighbourhoods in Berkshire where Covid cases are on the rise. (Some areas do not tally exactly with electoral wards.)

The figures show the number of new cases to November 10, the percentage increase and the rate per 100,000 people.

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Windsor and Maidenhead

Datchet: 30, up 5 or 20 per cent; 449.7
Windsor Town & Eton: 22, up three or 15.8 per cent; 307.7
Bray Wick & Holyport: 67, up 28 or 71.8 per cent; 875.9
Maidenhead east: 43, up 14 or 48.3 per cent; 480.6
Maidenhead Highway: 60, up 10 or 20 per cent; 612.4
Furze Platt: 32, up three or 10.3 per cent; 495.2
Cox Green: 52, up 12 or 30 per cent; 571.4
Cookham & Waltham: 45, up 15 or 50 per cent: 392.9
Slough

Cippenham Green: 38 up one case, 2.7 per cent; 390.6
Britwell: 50, up 14 or 38.9 per cent; 500.1
Haymill & Lynch Hill: 34, up three or 9.7 per cent; 346.9
Brackell Forest
Hanworth West: 29, up 13 or 81.2 per cent; 426.4
South Ascot & Sunningdale: 72 up 23 or 46.9 per cent; 658.4
Wokingham

Arborfield & Garrison: 34, up 8 or 30.8 per cent;465.1
Leighton Park: 23 up two or 9.5 per cent; 246.4
Wokingham Road: 16 up three or 23.1 per cent; 202.1
Reading

Tilehurst South; 36 up one, or 2.9 per cent; 491.4
Tilehurst North 49, up 18 or 58.1 per cent; 666.8
West Berkshire

Purley on Thames: 31, up 13 or 72.2 per cent; 466.6
Theale & Beenham: 32, up eight or 33.3 per cent; 538.7
Thatcham West: 27, up five or 22.7 per cent; 342.9
Thatcham town: 27, up two or eight per cent; 338.0
Hermitage & Cold Ash: 35 up five or 16.7 per cent; 406.6
Streatley & Pangbourne: 28, up 14 or 100 per cent; 430.8
Chieveley, East Ilsley & Compton: 27 up six or 28.6 per cent; 422.3
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