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

The map displays the number of Coronavirus cases recorded in the seven days up to January 1, which is the latest available data.

107 cases were reported in Datchet, an increase of 55 on the week before.

92 new cases were recorded in Maidenhead Central, 37 more than the previous week.

Clewer New Town had 65 new cases, 18 more than the week before.

Clewer Village had 55 new cases, up by 19 on the previous week.

61 new cases were reported in Cox Green, 19 more than the week before.

54 new cases were recorded in Maidenhead East, 12 more than the week before. Spital and Cranbourne Park also saw 54 new cases, four more than the previous week.

A further 50 cases were recorded in Boyn Hill and Norreys Drive, 12 more than the week before. 50 cases were also reported in Maidenhead Highway, 18 more than the week before.

Dedworth had 46 cases, two more than the week before.

44 further cases were reported in Bray Wick and Holyport, 19 more than the week before.

37 cases were recorded in Windsor Town and Eton, up by one on the seven days before.

34 new cases were reported in Pinkey's Green and Furze Platt Road, 12 more than the previous week.