Five out of the six ward areas within the Banbury town limits had more than 100 cases for the latest seven day period.
Oxfordshire County health officials are urging people to get the Covid vaccinations, including the booster in the wake of the rise in Covid cases across the region and country.
Ansaf Azhar, Oxfordshire County Council’s Director for Public Health, said: “People will have read or heard about the Omicron variant being milder, however it has to be stressed that this has not yet been categorically proven. What we do know is that people are far more likely to experience milder symptoms if they have had their booster jab.
“The booster vaccine is our greatest protection as individuals but also in terms of protecting our friends, families, work colleagues and health and social care workers. Every jab builds our resilience as a community against this new variant.
"There is still a requirement for people to work from home as much as they can. We would also like to take the chance once more to remind people of all that accumulated pandemic knowledge in terms of what keeps us safe – wear face-coverings, ventilate rooms, test regularly and wash your hands."
Here are the latest Covid-19 figures for the Banburyshire area starting with the town wards of Banbury:
Banbury Grimsbury: 252 cases - increase of 109
Banbury Ruscote: 167 cases - increase of 89
Banbury Hardwick: 154 cases - increase of 63
Banbury Easington: 143 cases - increase of 52
Banbury Calthorpe: 109 cases - increase of 45
Banbury Neithrop: 92 cases - increase of 26
Rest of Banburyshire area:
Bodicote, Adderbury & Bloxham: 173 cases - increase of 54
Brackley North: 171 cases - increase of 23
Deddington, Steeple Aston & Heyfords: 158 cases - increase by 46
Kineton, Tysoe & Warmington: 143 cases - increase of 30
Middleton Cheney & Chipping Warden: 114 cases - increase of 41
Sibford, Hook Norton & Milcombe: 109 cases - increase of 30
Shipston-on-Stour & Brailes: 106 cases - increase of 16
Chipping Norton: 96 cases - increase of 19
Cropredy, Wroxton & Shenington: 94 cases - increase of 27
Kingham, Enstone & Middle Barton: 80 cases - decrease of 9
Brackley South: 76 cases - decrease of 3
Kings Sutton & Greatworth: 64 cases - decrease of 1