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

Overall, the Covid rate for the Banbury and Cherwell district areas is still falling.

Thursday, 11th March 2021, 2:55 pm

There were 58 positive Covid cases overall for the Cherwell District, a decrease by 50 cases over the seven day period leading up to March 5.

Positive Covid-19 cases are still falling in Banbury with two of the town's wards - Neithrop and Calthorpe being classed as 'nearly Covid-free'.

The data covers the seven days up to March 5.

Positive Covid-19 cases are still falling in Banbury with two of the town's wards being classed as 'nearly Covid-free'.

In that time, most areas in the town have showed continual decreases in Covid cases.

Only one ward area in Banbury has seen an increase in Covid cases, although it was a very slight increase.

Here are the figures for Banbury covering the seven days up to March 5, in order from lowest to highest.

- Banbury Grimsbury - 3 cases - decrease by 6

Positive Covid-19 cases are still falling in Banbury with two of the town's wards - Neithrop and Calthorpe being classed as 'nearly Covid-free'.

- Banbury Easington - 3 cases - decrease by 1

- Banbury Hardwick - 4 cases - decrease by 3

- Banbury Ruscote - 4 cases - increase by 2

Several areas within Banburyshire are now classed as 'nearly Covid-free' with fewer than three positive Covid cases in the seven days up to March 5.

Here are the figures for the surrounding Banbury area covering the seven days up to March 5, in order from lowest to highest.

- Cropredy, Wroxton and Shenington - fewer than 3

- Deddington, Steeple Aston and the Heyfords - fewer than 3

- King's Sutton and Greatworth - fewer than 3

- Enstone and Middle Barton - fewer than 3

- Silverstone and Helmdon - fewer than 3

- Brackley - fewer than 3

- Bodicote, Adderbury and Bloxham - 3 cases - decrease by 7

- Shipston and Brailes - 3 cases - decrease by 4

- Middleton Cheney and Chipping Warden - 4 cases - increase by 2

- Chipping Norton - 4 cases - increase by 2

- Kineton, Tysoe and Warmington - 4 cases - decrease by 5

- Sibford, Hook Norton and Milcombe - 5 cases - increase by 2