The latest coronavirus data for Salisbury and south Wiltshire

Coronavirus cases across Salisbury and south Wiltshire have continued to decline this week.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he is hopeful restrictions can be cautiously eased in the coming weeks.

He is due to reveal a roadmap out of lockdown next week.

Salisbury infections

The latest data available for Salisbury and the surrounding towns and villages shows a steady decline in the number of infections.

The figures are shown on a map on the Government coronavirus dashboard, which breaks down infections in England into small areas with a population of around 7,200 called Super Middle Output Areas (MSOAs).

For each MSOA, the map shows the number of cases in the past week, increases or decreases compared to the week before and the rate of cases per 100,000 people.

However, for areas with fewer than three cases, data is suppressed to protect the privacy of individuals.

This is the latest data based on figures from the week ending on February 12.

  • Amesbury (28 cases; +4 on previous week; rolling rate of 226.6)
  • Durrington & Bulford (12 cases; +8 on previous week; rolling rate of 193.9)
  • Salisbury Bishopsdown (12 cases; -3 on previous week; rolling rate of 179.6)
  • Tidworth & Ludgershall (29 cases; -24 on previous week; rolling rate of 160.4)
  • Larkhill, Shrewton & Bulford Camp (15 cases; -1 on previous week; rolling rate of 138.8)
  • Downton & Morgan’s Vale (8 cases; -18 on previous week; rolling rate of 99.6)
  • Salisbury Town North & Milford (6 cases; -12 on previous week; rolling rate of 98.2)
  • Salisbury Stratford (5 cases; -9 on previous week; rolling rate of 85.2)
  • Salisbury East Harnham (5 cases; -6 on previous week; rolling rate of 83.9)
  • Great Wishford, Woodford Valley & Porton (5 cases; same as previous week; rolling rate of 78.1)
  • Salisbury Bemerton (5 cases; -5 on previous week; rolling rate of 73.4)
  • Salisbury Cathedral & Harnham (3 cases; -2 on previous week; rolling rate of 60.1)
  • Laverstock, Bodenham & Coombe Bissett (4 cases; -9 on previous week; rolling rate of 44.1)
  • Wilton, Nadder & Ebble (4 cases; -4 on previous week; rolling rate of 38.8)
  • Whaddon, Whiteparish & Winterslow (fewer than 3 cases)

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