The Salisbury areas with the most coronavirus cases

Almost all areas in Salisbury have had coronavirus cases reported in the week to October 18, according to a map on the government’s coronavirus dashboard.

Although numbers are generally low, some areas have reported slight increases while others have appeared on the map for the first time.

The areas where people have tested positive for Covid-19 in the week to October 18 are:

  • Salisbury Churchfields (4 cases, rolling rate of 59.3 per 100,000) 
  • Salisbury Stratford (4 cases, rolling rate of 68.1 per 100,000) 
  • Bishopsdown (3 cases, rolling rate of 44.9 per 100,000) 
  • Laverstock, Bodenham & Coombe Bissett (3 cases, rolling rate of 33.1 per 100,000)
  • Salisbury East Harnham (5 cases, rolling rate of 83.9 per 100,000) 
  • Salisbury Cathedral & Harnham (4 cases, rolling rate of 80.2 per 100,000) 
  • Wilton, Nadder & Ebble (4 cases, rolling rate of 38.8 per 100,000) 
  • Downton & Morgan’s Vale (7 cases, rolling rate of 87.2 per 100,000) 
  • Whaddon, Whiteparish & Winterslow (3 cases, rolling rate of 37.8 per 100,000) 
  • Great Wishford, Woodford Valley & Porton (5 cases, rolling rate of 78.1 per 100,000) 
  • Amesbury (6 cases, rolling rate of 48.6 per 100,000) 
  • Durrington & Bulford (5 cases, rolling rate of 80.8 per 100,000) 
  • Larkhill, Shrewton & Bulford Camp (6 cases, rolling rate of 55.5 per 100,000) 
  • Netheravon & Upavon (6 cases, 106.1 per 100,000) 
  • Tidworth & Ludgershall (14 cases, rolling rate of 77.4 per 100,000)

Salisbury Journal: The Salisbury area on the government's map. Green areas are those with lower rates.The Salisbury area on the government’s map. Green areas are those with lower rates.

The majority of these areas are shown in shades of green, the colour that identifies areas with rates lower than 100 per 100,000.

Rates are calculated by dividing the seven-day count by the area population and multiplying by 100,000.

You can access the map and check the data for your area here.

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