The areas worst hit by coronavirus in Bracknell Forest have been revealed in a map of death hotspots during the pandemic.

Interactive data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) include all deaths where Covid-19 was the underlying cause, or was mentioned on the death certificate as a contributory factor, between March and July 2020.

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The geographical sections used by the ONS are small areas which have a similarly sized population and do not necessarily correlate with wards or other political boundaries.

At the top of Bracknell's 15 areas remains Binfield and Popeswood, which recorded eight deaths during the five-month period.

There was a fairly even spread across months with five deaths in April, two in May and one in June. There were none in March.

This contrasts with Bullbrook, where one person died in April, at the peak of the outbreak.

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It was a similar trend across the borough, with many areas not recording any deaths since May.

22 deaths were registered across Bracknell Forest in June 2020.

This was in Binfield and Popeswood, Crowthorne South and Great Hollands.

Bullbrook, Hanworth West, Winkfield and Cranbourne, Central Bracknell and Wildridings and Ascot West continued to report a low death.

Data from NHS England shows the total number of deaths since the start of the pandemic of people who had had a positive test result for COVID-19 and died within 28 days of the first positive test.

The actual cause of death may not be COVID-19 in all cases. People who died from COVID-19 but had not tested positive are not included and people who died from COVID-19 more than 28 days after their first positive test are not included.

Bracknell Forest Council said the last Covid-19 death in Bracknell occurred during the week commencing June 28.

There have been no reported deaths since then.

Residents are being reminded to wash their hands, wear a face covering when appropriate and maintain social distancing of two metres or one.