The five areas in Windsor with the most coronavirus cases have been revealed.

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The data is taken in the seven days ending January 20, which is the latest available data.

It shows the number of cases, how the case numbers compare to the week previous and the rolling rate in that area.

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The seven–day rates are expressed per 100,000 population and are calculated by dividing the seven day count by the area population and multiplying by 100,000.

1. Clewer New Town

Total number of cases: 57

Comparison on the seven days before: Nine fewer

Rolling rate: 625.5

2. Datchet

Total number of cases: 42

Comparison on the seven days before: 32 less

Rolling rate: 620.7

Royal Borough Observer:

3. Old Windsor and Wraysbury

Total number of cases: 29

Comparison on the seven days before: Nine less

Rolling rate: 339.1

4. Windsor Town and Eton

Total number of cases: 26

Comparison on the seven days before: Three more

Rolling rate: 368

5. Clewer Village

Total number of cases: 26

Comparison on the seven days before: Seven less

Rolling rate: 359.7