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. 

Cowley South and Iffley area have the most cases in the city with 51 people infected. 

Other hotspots include Barton, North Colwey, Marston and Greater Leys.

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


City centre: 13 cases (3 up on the previous week)

East Oxford: 18 cases (down by 2 on week before) 

Iffley Fields: 17 cases (down by four) 

Cowley North: 31 new cases (down 18 on the week before) 

Cowley South and Iffley: 51 new cases (down two on the week before) 

Littlemore and Rose Hill: 20 cases (down 44 on the week before) 

Blackbird Leys: 12 cases (down 7 on week before) 

Greater Leys: 27 cases (down four on the week before) 

Marston: 28 cases (8 up on the week before) 

Headington: 21 cases (down eight) 

Churchill: 14 new cases (down 13 on the week before) 

Barton: 42 new cases

Risinghurst and Sandhills: 13 cases (12 down on the week before)

Summertown: 9 cases

North Central Oxford: 5 cases (down by 3 on the week before) 

Botley and Kennington: 11 cases (down seven on week before) 

Grandpont and New Hinksey: 3 cases

Osney, Jericho and Port Meadow: 10 cases (down by 2 on week before) 

Wolvercote and Cutteslowe: 11 cases (up three from week before)

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


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