The Wiltshire areas with fewer than 10 Covid cases

These are the areas in Wiltshire with 10 or fewer Covid-19 cases.

As infections go down as a result of lockdown, more towns and villages across the county have seen cases fall.

There are now four areas in the county with fewer than three cases, meaning the places are classed as suppressed.

The Government does not show data for these areas to protect individuals’ identities.

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.

These are the areas in Wiltshire with fewer than 10 cases, based on data from the week to February 1.

  • Great Wishford, Woodford Valley & Porton (fewer than three cases)
  • Winsley, Westwood & Holt (fewer than three cases)
  • Sherston and Hullavington (fewer than three cases)
  • Malmesbury, Crudwell & Oaksey (fewer than three cases)
  • Ramsbury, Ogbournes & Avebury (3 cases; +1 on the previous week; rolling rate of 34.8)
  • Devizes West (3 cases; -4 on the previous week; rolling rate of 48.0)
  • Trowbridge South (3 cases; -5 on the previous week; rolling rate of 53.3)
  • Pewsey & Lockeridge (4 cases; -8 on the previous week; rolling rate of 57.2)
  • Wylye Valley (4 cases; -5 on the previous week; rolling rate of 62.1)
  • Bradford-on-Avon (5 cases; -5 on the previous week; rolling rate of 50.0)
  • Marlborough (5 cases; -7 on the previous week; rolling rate of 58.6)
  • Box, Colerne & Rudloe (5 cases; -9 on the previous week; rolling rate of 63.0)
  • Wilton, Nadder & Ebble (6 cases; -10 on the previous week; rolling rate of 58.2)
  • Market Lavington & Bishops Cannings (6 cases; -5 on the previous week; rolling rate of 73.5)
  • Sutton Benger, Kington & Biddestone (6 cases; +1 on the previous week; rolling rate of 80.3)
  • Melksham South (7 cases; -2 on the previous week; rolling rate of 94.5)
  • Somerford, Dauntsey & Minety (7 cases; +2 on the previous week; rolling rate of 117.5)
  • Staverton, Hilperton & Semington (8 cases; -7 on the previous week; rolling rate of 95.1)
  • Salisbury Bishopsdown (8 cases; -20 on the previous week; rolling rate of 119.8)
  • Trowbridge North (8 cases; -10 on the previous week; rolling rate of 119.9)
  • Tisbury, Donhead & Tollard Royal (8 cases; -3 on the previous week; rolling rate of 126.7)
  • Durrington & Bulford (8 cases; -11 on the previous week; rolling rate of 129.3)
  • Melksham North (9 cases; -6 on the previous week; rolling rate of 118.4)
  • Steeple Ashton, North Bradley & Southwick (9 cases; +5 on the previous week; rolling rate of 130.7)
  • Dilton Marsh & Bratton (9 cases; +1 on the previous week; rolling rate of 137.7)
  • Warminster Central (9 cases; -9 on the previous week; rolling rate of 145.1)
  • Trowbridge West (9 cases; no change on the previous week; rolling rate of 162.5)
  • Potterne & Rowde (10 cases; -1 on the previous week; rolling rate of 118.1)
  • Lydiard Millicent & Purton (10 cases; +2 on the previous week; rolling rate of 129.2)
  • Trowbridge South East (10 cases; -11 on the previous week; rolling rate of 130.1)
  • Derry Hill & Hilmarton (10 cases; -10 on the previous week; rolling rate of 134.2)
  • Chippenham Pewsham (10 cases; +6 on the previous week; rolling rate of 146.9)
  • Salisbury Town North & Milford (10 cases; -34 on the previous week; rolling rate of 163.7)

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