Positive cases of coronavirus in Oxfordshire have risen by 399 in the latest figures.

Zero deaths were recorded in the county, in the latest statistics, released by the Government.

The new cases as of 4pm on Wednesday October 27, is recorded as follows:

Oxford - 63

Cherwell - 79

South Oxfordshire - 107

Vale of White Horse - 84

West Oxfordshire - 66

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These latest figures mean there has now been a total of 74,543 recorded cases of Covid-19 in the county.

So far, 78.4 per cent of people in Oxfordshire have received their first dose of the vaccine, while 71.9 per cent of people have had their second dose.

Across the UK, 43,941 new people had a positive test result reported.

Between October 10 and today, 289,515 people had a confirmed positive test result.

There were 207 deaths in the UK within 28 days of a positive test for coronavirus reported today.

More than 11 per cent of people in the UK have now had their booster vaccination.

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