Latest number of Covid cases across Salisbury as rates soar

These are the latest figures on coronavirus cases across Salisbury, as case rates continue to soar.

In almost all parts of Salisbury and the surrounding areas, there are now between 400 and 800 cases per 100,000 people.

Numbers of infections are the highest they have ever been.

This is the latest Public Health England data available, which refers to the seven days to January 2.

The figures are broken down by small areas with an average population of 7,200 called Middle Super Output Areas (MSOAs).

  • Bishopsdown (48 cases; +28 on previous week; rolling rate of 718.6)
  • East Harnham (41 cases; +29 on previous week; rolling rate of 687.7)
  • Churchfields (42 cases; +15 on previous week; rolling rate of 623)
  • Downton & Morgan’s Vale (50 cases; +37 on previous week; rolling rate of 622.7) 
  • Great Wishford, Woodford Valley & Porton (34 cases; +9 on previous week; rolling rate of 531)
  • Tidworth & Ludgershall (95 cases; +56 on previous week; rolling rate of 525.3) 
  • Salisbury Town North & Milford (31 cases; +6 on previous week; rolling rate of 507.5)
  • Laverstock, Bodenham & Coombe Bissett (45 cases; +27 on previous week; rolling rate of 496) 
  • Amesbury (58 cases; +37 on previous week; rolling rate of 469.5) 
  • Durrington & Bulford (28 cases; +20 on previous week; rolling rate of 452.5) 
  • Whaddon, Whiteparish & Winterslow (32 cases; +19 on previous week; rolling rate of 402.7) 
  • Larkhill, Shrewton & Bulford Camp (32 cases; +17 on previous week; rolling rate of 296.2) 
  • Wilton, Nadder & Ebble (25 cases; -2 on previous week; rolling rate of 242.7) 

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