THE CORONAVIRUS hotspots have been mapped using official government data.

In the latest figures, the virus can be tracked to postcode level - revealed exactly where numbers of people have tested positive for coronavirus over the last week.

College Town have the most cases in the borough with 69 people infected.

Central Bracknell & Wildridings is another hotspot area.

The number of cases recorded in each area over the seven days to February 2 are listed below.

The data is published on a seven-day rolling toll and are the latest figures available.

Bracknell News: Map from government's daily updateMap from government's daily update

Bracknell Forest

Priestwood: 16 cases (down by 8 on previous week)

Central Bracknell & Wildridings: 36 cases (up by nine cases)

Bullbrook: 22 cases ( down by seven from week before)

Hanworth West: 22 cases (Increase of seven)

Crowthorne South: 23 cases (up by eight cases from week before)

Owlsmoor & Broadmoor: 13 cases (down by seven on previous week)

Great Hollands: 21 cases (down by 29 in last seven days)

Binfield & Popeswood: 12 cases (down by 16 in last seven days)

Wick Hill: 15 cases (down by 10)

Winkfield & Cranbourne: 6 cases (down by four)

Crown Wood: 7 cases (down by 3 in previous week)

Birch Hill & Hanworth East: 8 cases (down by 12)

Chavey Down & North Ascot West: 8 cases (down by four)