Latest Covid figures: all but two neighbourhoods in Banbury area now classed as 'nearly Covid-free'

Five out of six wards within Banbury town are now classed as 'nearly Covid-free' with fewer than three Covid cases.

Wednesday, 7th April 2021, 9:36 am
Updated Wednesday, 7th April 2021, 12:45 pm

Overall, Covid cases across Banbury area are still falling with five out of six wards in town now classed as 'nearly Covid-free' with fewer than three Covid cases.

The latest government figures show positive Covid cases across Oxfordshire have dropped to 250, a decrease of 26 for the seven day period ending on April 1.

The figures show a continued decrease in positive Covid cases across the Cherwell District area with 28 cases, a decrease by 15 over the same seven day period.

Five out of six wards within Banbury town are now classed as 'nearly Covid-free' with fewer than three Covid cases.

Five out of the six wards within Banbury town are now classed as 'nearly Covid-free' with fewer than three Covid cases.

The only ward which is not now classed as 'nearly Covid-free' is the Banbury Grimsbury ward, which has five Covid cases over the seven day period ending on April 1.

All five of the other wards in town are now classed as 'nearly Covid-free.'

The only remaining area in all of Banburyshire which is not classed as 'nearly Covid-free' also showed a slight increase in positive Covid cases.

The Enstone and Middle Barton areas had seven positive Covid cases, an increase of two over the seven day period ending on April 1.