An interactive map has revealed which area in Windsor and Maidenhead recorded the fewest Coronavirus cases over the last week.

The Royal Borough will enter Tier 2 under the new three-tier system at the end of the currently lockdown period, it has been confirmed today.

Neighbouring Slough will enter Tier 3.

The map displays the number of Coronavirus cases recorded in the seven days up to November 20, which is the latest available data.

You can see the data for Slough here.

Fewer than three cases were recorded in Cox Green. Numbers in these areas with fewer than three cases do not how individual data, to protect indiviuals' identities.

Datchet had six new cases, one fewer than the week before. Cookham and Waltham also recorded six new cases, 34 fewer than the previous week.

Seven new cases were recorded in Maidenhead East, 11 fewer than the week before.

Old Windsor and Wraysbury saw eight new cases, nine fewer than the previous week. Eight cases were also recorded in Pinkey's Green and Furze Platt Road, one more than the week before.

Eight cases were also recorded in Maidenhead Highway, nine fewer than the previous seven days,

Nine new cases were recorded in Dedworth, two more than the previous week.

Spittal and Cranbourne Park saw 11 new cases, two fewer than the previous week.

13 new cases were recorded in Clewer Village, 22 fewer than the previous week.

Windsor Town and Eton had 14 new cases, seven less than the previous week.

Furze Platt recorded 18 new cases, seven more than the week before.

20 cases were reported in Maidenhead Central, two less than the week before.

24 new cases were recorded in Bray Wick and Holyport, one more than the previous seven days.

26 new cases were recorded in Clewer New Town, eight fewer than the previous week.