Latest figures show continued rise in Covid-19 cases for several Banbury areas

Latest government figures show several Banbury areas with a continued rise in Covid cases, including three areas with more 100 cases
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With talk restrictions may be tightened in the current third lockdown of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic the figures for the virus continue to rise in the Banbury area.

Amid reports that the rising levels of coronavirus infections across the UK may not be successfully brought under control by current restrictions, government ministers are thought to be considering further ways to reduce the spread of the virus.

The latest government figures show several Banbury areas with a continued rise in Covid cases, including the Ruscote area which showed 153 cases, an increase of 63 cases for the seven–day period ending on January 5.

Latest government figures show several Banbury areas with a continued rise in Covid cases, including three areas with more 100 casesLatest government figures show several Banbury areas with a continued rise in Covid cases, including three areas with more 100 cases
Latest government figures show several Banbury areas with a continued rise in Covid cases, including three areas with more 100 cases

Here are the latest figures for the rest of the Banbury area:

Banbury Grimsbury: 144 cases - increase by 66

Bodicote, Bloxham and Adderbury: 116 cases - increase by 38

Banbury Hardwick: 93 cases - no change

Banbury Easington: 85 cases - increase by 28

Banbury Neithrop: 64 cases - increase by 14

Banbury Calthorpe: 60 cases - increase by 30

Brackley North: 80 - increase by 14

Brackley South: 27 - increase by 17

Middleton Cheney and Chipping Warden: 59 cases - increase by 19

Sibford, Hook Norton and Milcombe: 52 cases: increase by 14

Fenny Compton, Harbury and Long Itchington: 50 cases - increase by 16

Cropredy, Wroxton and Shennington: 45 cases - increase by 7

Deddington, Steeple Aston and Heyfords: 38 cases - decrease by 5

King's Sutton and Greatworth: 29 cases - no change

Enstone and Middle Barton: 27 cases - increase by 8

Chipping Norton: 24 cases - increase by 4

Shipston and Brailes: 21 cases - increase by 4

Kineton, Tysoe and Warmington: 24 cases - decrease by 5

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