Health officials have revealed the areas of Bracknell Forest where coronavirus cases have been confirmed recently.

According to a map published by Public Health England, many of the Covid-19 cases are near the town centre, with nine confirmed in central Bracknell and Wildridings.

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The map is designed to show potential hotspots for the virus, with areas that have had between zero and two cases confirmed in that time frame not being shaded.

A total of 14 cases have been confirmed.

Eight have been confirmed in Great Hollands, Three in Birch Hill and Hanworth East and three in Crown Wood.

Other areas of the town are described as having between none and two cases.

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The map splits the country up by Middle Super Output Area (MSOA), which are small areas with an average population of 7,200.

The data is updated every weekday, and the map shows the latest seven days for which complete data is available.

At the time of writing, the data included lab-confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (Covid-19) were between September 3 and September 9.

According to the latest data from Public Health England, there have been 455 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Bracknell since the start of the pandemic.

The rate of infection in Bracknell now stands at 371 cases per 100,000 people, far lower than the England average of 503.