Areas of Winchester still with coronavirus cases

The number of areas in Winchester District still experiencing cases of coronavirus has fallen, according to the latest government data.

The total number of cases in the week leading up to March 7 is 27 – a decrease from 41 the previous week – a decrease of 34.15%.

Based on data from Public Health England, an interactive map shows the last seven day period available shows there are five cases of Covid cases recorded, up from eight in the previous week.

For each area, the map shows the number of cases reported in a weekly period, the rolling rate of new cases over seven days, and any changes.

Areas with the highest rates are highlighted in purple and blue, those with the lowest rates in green and yellow. Areas shown in white mean that more than three cases that meant data from these areas were “suppressed”.

The latest Covid data through March 7th shows where cases are being recorded in the Winchester district

The majority of the areas currently have fewer than three cases, and it’s particularly good news for Alresford, which recorded five cases just a week earlier. Winchester West continues to record cases. The Chronicle previously reported that the area was a “hotspot” due to a coronavirus outbreak in prison.

Winchester North and Sparsholt recorded the most cases, with five recorded in the seven days leading up to March 7, up from three in the previous week.

The number of cases and the rate of infection per 100,000 people for the seven days ending February 13 in all areas of Winchester district are as follows:

Winchester North and Sparsholt: 5 (51.5)

Denmead and Southwick: 4 (39)

Springvale and Itchen Abbas: 3 (43.6)

Whiteley, Knowle and Wickham: 4 (34.2)

Winchester West: 3 (30.1)

Winchester East: suppressed

Colden Common and Twyford: suppressed

Bishop’s Waltham and Waltham Chase: suppressed

Swanmore, Hambledon and West Meon: suppressed

Winchester Central and South: suppressed

South Wonston, Sutton Scotney and Micheldever: suppressed

Oliver’s battery and Hursley: suppressed

Winchester Stanmore: suppressed

Alresford: suppressed

However, since this map is based on data from the previous week, the latest infections are not taken into account, while the infections displayed are based on the home address.

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