The distribution of coronavirus cases in Oxford can be seen in the Government's updated map of infections.

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The interactive data, which is part of the coronavirus data dashboard, shows where positive cases have been concentrated in recent days.

See the full list below

It is based on pillar 1 and pillar 2 testing data, which covers tests carried out by commercial partners and those analysed in NHS or Public Health England laboratories England, and is for the period of October 15-21.

The delay is to allow for a more complete picture of total case numbers as it is based on when the test was taken.

Here is the full map for Oxford

Oxford Mail: Oxford map to October 23Oxford map to October 23

Going from yellow through to purple, the map shows the areas with the highest weekly infection rates per 100,000 people.

Areas in white are where the rates are suppressed.

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This means there have been fewer than three cases in a seven-day period and is to 'protect the privacy of individuals and prevent disclosure'.

Oxford Mail:

There are three areas of the city which recorded 28 cases in a week

Below is a full list of areas with more than three new cases in the seven days to October 21, with in brackets the change compared to a week ago.

Oxford Mail:

  • Oxford Central - 28 (same)
  • East Central Oxford - 28 (up 3)
  • Cowley North - 28 (down 1)
  • Headington - 22 (up 1)
  • Churchill - 22 (up 5)

Oxford Mail:

  • Cowley South & Iffley - 11 (up 3)
  • Botley & Kennington - 11 (up 3)
  • Osney, Jericho & Port Meadow - 10 (down 5)
  • Wolvercote & Cutteslowe- 9 (up 5)
  • Littlemore & Rose Hill - 8 (up 5)

Oxford Mail:

  • Summertown - 7 (down 8)
  • North Central Oxford - 6 (same)
  • Marston - 6 (down 3)
  • Iffley Fields - 5 (down 3)
  • Greater Leys - 5 (same)
  • Barton - 4 (up 2)
  • Risinghurst & Sandhills - 4 (up 1)

The map also shows how hotspots have changed over the course of the pandemic.

This is how cases looked four weeks ago for the seven days to September 23.Oxford Mail: Oxford map for the seven days to September 23Oxford map for the seven days to September 23