Area in Banbury region has among highest increase of Covid-19 cases in the country
An area in the Banbury region has among the highest increase of Covid-19 cases in the country.
The latest government figures show one of the areas near Banbury to have one of the highest increases of Covid-19 cases in the country.
According to the latest figures released by the government, the Middleton Cheney and Chipping Warden areas show one of the highest increases in Covid-19 cases with 56 cases for the seven–day period ending on November 4. The latest figure is an increase of 43 cases and a rolling rate of 700.2.
Here are the figures for the rest of the Banbury area:
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Banbury Grimsbury: 32 cases - an increase by 8 - rolling rate of 269
Banbury Neithrop: 21 cases - an increase by 12 - rolling rate of 357
Banbury Ruscote: 19 cases - an increase by 10 - rolling rate of 224
Banbury Hardwick: 13 cases - a decrease by 3 - rolling rate of 157
Banbury Calthorpe: 3 cases - a decrease by 4 - rolling rate of 59
Banbury Easington: 14 cases - no change - rolling rate of 166
Bodicote, Adderbury and Bloxham: 16 - increase by 6 - rolling rate of 164
Sibford, Hook Norton and Milcombe: 5 cases - decrease by 1 - rolling rate of 71
Kineton, Tysoe and Warmington: 19 cases - increase by 5 - rolling rate of 203
Cropredy, Wroxton and Shennington: 5 cases - decrease by 2 - rolling rate of 86
Kings Sutton, Greatworth and Evenley: 6 cases - increase by 4 - rolling rate of 87
Brackley North: 18 cases - increase by 9 - rolling rate of 186
Brackley South: 14 cases - increase by 6 - rolling rate of 247
Chipping Norton: 5 cases - decrease by 1 - rolling rate of 72
The Shipston area rates are suppressed due to there being fewer than three cases in a seven-day period.
Seven–day rates are expressed per 100,000 population and are calculated by dividing the seven day count by the area population and multiplying by 100,000.