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

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

Friday, 26th March 2021, 3:53 pm

The latest government figures show positive Covid cases across Oxfordshire have dropped 226, a decrease of 18 for the seven day period ending on March 20.

The figures show a slight increase in positive Covid cases across the Cherwell District area with 38 cases, an increase by 4 over the seven day period.

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

The following four ward areas in Banbury are now classed as 'nearly Covid-free': Banbury Calthorpe, Banbury Hardwick, Banbury Neithrop and Banbury Ruscote.

The Banbury Easington area saw no change in its cases with four positive Covid cases over the seven day period ending on March 20.

But the Banbury Grimsbury area saw a slight increase with 7 cases, an increase by three over the seven day period.

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

Four out of six Banbury wards now classed as 'nearly Covid-free' with fewer than three Covid cases.

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)

Chipping Norton

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

Shipston and Brailes

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

Kineton, Tysoe and Warmington

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

Deddington, Steeple Aston and Heyfords

Three cases - decrease of one

Brackley South

Three cases - increase of one

Brackley North

Four cases - increase of one

Bodicote, Adderbury and Bloxham

Four cases - increase of two

Sibford, Hook Norton and Milcombe

Four cases - increase of one