MAPS have revealed the areas of Oxfordshire with the least amount of coronavirus cases. 

The interactive data, which is part of the Government's Covid data dashboard, shows where the positive cases have been in the county since August. 

On the map, lighter colours like white, yellow and green, show low infection rates per 100,000 people while blue and purple colours show the highest rates of infection.

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The graphic shows 12 areas (in white) where there are fewer than three cases in the week leading up to February 11 (the latest data available).

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The areas are: 

  • Headington 
  • Wheatley & Great Haseley
  • Dean Court, Cumnor & Appleton
  • Bampton, Clanfield & Standlake
  • Eynsham & Stanton Harcourt
  • Hanborough & Cassington
  • Chinnor & Tetsworth
  • Shiplake & Binfield Heath
  • Didcot South West 
  • Didcot South East
  • Grove
  • Bicester West

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Other areas with very low infection rates (lightest green) include: 

  • Oxford central (four cases, down by four on the seven days before) 
  • North Central Oxford (three cases, down by one on the week before) 
  • Radley, Wootton & Marcham (five cases, down by six on the week before) 
  • Abingdon South (three cases, down by 15 on the week before) 
  • Leafield, Minster Lovell & Duckington (three cases, down by three on the week before) 
  • Kingham, Enstone & Middle Barton (three cases, down by four on the week before) 
  • Deddington, Steeple Aston & Heyfords (four down by eight on the week before) 

Here's another image of the map that shows coronavirus cases in the same area a month ago (the week up to January 14):

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The comparison shows how infection rates in nearly every part of Oxfordshire have dropped significantly. 

Here's a look at how coronavirus has spread over lockdown. 

Last week, we revealed exactly where the coronavirus hotspots are in the city. 

Maps show that the Cowley South and Iffley postcode area currently has the most cases with 51 people infected with Covid-19.

Here's how many people tested positive in your area last week. 

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