Neighbourhoods in Banbury with the lowest Covid-19 rates - and those with the highest

Overall, Covid cases across Banbury area are still falling

Wednesday, 17th March 2021, 11:18 am
Updated Wednesday, 17th March 2021, 11:20 am

Positive Covid-19 cases are still falling across the Cherwell area and half of the wards within Banbury town being classed as 'nearly Covid-free'.

The data covers the seven days up to March 11.

The latest government figures show positive Covid cases across Oxfordshire to have slightly risen with a 10 per cent increase over last seven day period.

Positive Covid-19 cases are still falling across the Cherwell area and half of the wards within Banbury town being classed as 'nearly Covid-free'.

Figures show Oxfordshire had 245 positive Covid-19 cases at an increase of 23 cases over the seven day period ending on March 11.

The figures show a decrease in positive Covid cases across Cherwell District area with 41 cases, a decrease by 18 over the seven day period ending on March 11.

Half of the wards within Banbury town are being classed as 'nearly Covid-free' with fewer than three Covid cases over the last seven day period.

The following three wards within Banbury are being classed as 'nearly Covid-free' with fewer than three cases: Banbury Calthorpe, Banbury Hardwick and Banbury Neithrop.

Here are the latest Covid figures for the Banbury area from lowest to highest:

- Bodicote, Adderbury and Bloxham:

Fewer than three Covid cases (Classed as nearly Covid free)

- Cropredy, Wroxton and Shenington:

Fewer than three Covid cases (Classed as nearly Covid free)

- Middleton Cheney and Chipping Warden:

Fewer than three Covid cases (Classed as nearly Covid free)

- King's Sutton and Greatworth:

Fewer than three Covid cases (Classed as nearly Covid free)

- Enstone and Middle Barton:

Fewer than three Covid cases (Classed as nearly Covid free)

- Shipston and Brailes:

Fewer than three Covid cases (Classed as nearly Covid free)

- Sibford, Hook Norton and Milcombe: 3 cases - decrease of 2

- Kineton, Tysoe and Warmington: 3 cases - decrease of 1

- Banbury Ruscote: 4 cases - an increase of 1

- Banbury Grimsbury: 4 cases - an increase of 2

- Banbury Easington: 4 cases - an increase of 1

- Deddington, Steeple Aston and Heyfords: 4 cases - increase of 2

- Brackley North: 5 cases - increase of 3

- Woodford Halse and Byfield: 5 cases - decrease of 1

- Fenny Compton and Harbury: 6 cases - an increase of 4