A new map shows areas in Bracknell which have had the most Covid cases diagnosed weekly.

The Government tool shows how seven–day rates are expressed per 100,000 of the population, and is updated every day.

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Locally, Sandhurst has seen the most local cases in the most recent week available (October 22), while the Birch Hill and Hanworth east area has seen the least.

Data is currently based on the seven days up to October 22.

To view the map in the GOV.UK site, click here.

Sandhurst has seen a big increase in this period, with 20 cases confirmed.

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This is a jump of 11 from the week before, and shows a rolling rate of 295.2 per cent, slightly above the national average.

Data is calculated by dividing the seven day count by the area population and multiplying by 100,000.

The Middle Layer Super Output Areas (MSOA) rate in the map uses colour to indicate the level of weekly cases across different parts of the town.

In order to help to identify trends or patterns in the data over time, seven-day rolling averages can be calculated.

These are also updated daily.

Each day's observation is combined with the previous three days and the following three days, and the mean of all seven days' figures is presented.

For indicators where the most recent days' data are incomplete, the final few points in the rolling average series will not be displayed, as the averages will increase when data are complete.

Birch Hill and Hanworth east area has among the lowest rates in the area this week, with five cases confirmed and a rolling rate of 67.7.

Bracknell News:

The map also shows that Crowthorne north has seen a total of 11 cases in the most recent week - an increase of 5 from the previous week.

The 'rolling rate' here is 136.4 - slightly below the national average.

Great Hollands has seen 6 cases this week.

This is a decrease of 1, and the rolling rate here stands at 50.8.

The map displays weekly data, which is updated everyday.

Local view: The default zoom level shows Upper Tier Local Authorities (UTLA).

Zoom in for more details, including Lower Tier Local Authorities (LTLA) and Middle layer Super Output Areas (MSOA).

Suppressed rates: MSOA level rates are suppressed where there have been fewer than three cases in a seven-day period.

This is to protect the privacy of individuals and prevent disclosure.

More details: Click on an area to see more detailed cases data for the most recent time period available – including seven day case rates and direction of change. When zoomed to very small areas, data for Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales is not available.