Latest Covid-19 data shows more decreases around Banbury - but one area shows spike in cases

This week's Covid-19 data shows more decreases of positive cases in the Banbury area with the exception of one area which saw its numbers spike.

The latest government figures show the positive cases for the Middleton Cheney and Chipping Warden areas doubled while most of the rest of the Banbury area saw its cases decrease.

The Middleton Cheney and Chipping Warden figures show a total 36 Covid cases, an increase of 18 for the seven day period ending on November 18. The previous seven day period showed the same area to have a dramatic decrease in Covid cases dropping from 37 to 18.

The current latest total of 36 cases for the Middleton Cheney and Chipping Warden areas is double the second highest number in the Banbury area.

This week's Covid-19 data shows more decreases of positive cases in areas around Banbury with the exception of one area which saw its numbers spike in the last week.

Most of the Banbury area showed a decrease in Covid cases. Here are the latest government figures for the seven day period ending on November 18.

Middleton Cheney and Chipping Warden: 36 cases - increase of 18

Banbury Grimsbury: 18 cases - a decrease of 4

Banbury Neithrop: 13 cases - no change

Banbury Hardwick: 11 cases - decrease of 6

Banbury Easington: 6 cases - decrease of 8

Banbury Ruscote: 4 cases - decrease of 12

Banbury Calthorpe: 3 cases - decrease of 3

Cropredy, Wroxton and Shennington: 12 cases - decrease of 4

Bodicote, Adderbury and Bloxham: 10 cases - decrease of 2

Sibford, Hook Norton and Milcombe: 8 cases - increase of 1

Shipston and Brailes: 10 cases - no change

Kineton, Tysoe and Warmington: 3 cases - decrease of 9

Deddington, Steeple Aston and Heyfords: 10 cases - decrease of 5

Silverstone and Sulgrave: 3 cases - decrease of 9

Kings Sutton and Greatworth - 9 cases - no change

Brackley North: 17 cases - decrease of 10

Brackley South: 16 cases - increase of 5