MOST Royal Borough wards are continuing to see a downward trend in Covid-19 – but some areas have seen a small uptick in cases, according to the latest Berkshire Public Health (BPH) figures.

BPH publishes a weekly Covid-19 briefing and breaks down the data by electoral ward.

The data was published on February 10 and shows the number of reported cases and their infection rate between January 29 and February 4.

BPH has rounded the data for each ward to the nearest five in order to protect the identity of individuals.

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While some Royal Borough areas have recorded decreases in Covid-19, some are seeing small upticks in cases.

Datchet, Horton & Wraysbury recorded the biggest increase with 30 cases, ten more than the previous week.

Both Pinkneys Green and Cox Green have seen a small uptick in cases, with both recording five more cases respectively than the previous week.

However, Boyn Hill and Bray wards have now gone down to the single digits of recorded Covid-19 cases, and their infection rate has reduced to double-digits.

Only Belmont, Clewer & Dedworth West, and Sunningdale & Cheapside saw no changes in their latest figures.

Royal Borough Covid map as of Feb 4

Royal Borough Covid map as of Feb 4

Confirmed cases in the Royal Borough and their weekly rate per 100,000 population:

  • Ascot & Sunninghill – 10 (down 10 from previous week). Weekly rate of 86
  • Belmont – 15 (no change). Weekly rate of 191
  • Bisham & Cookham – 10 (down five). Weekly rate of 150
  • Boyn Hill – 5 (down 15). Weekly rate of 67
  • Bray – 5 (down five). Weekly rate of 65
  • Clewer & Dedworth East – 15 (down five). Weekly rate of 179
  • Clewer & Dedworth West – 15 (no change). Weekly rate of 213
  • Clewer East – 15 (down five). Weekly rate of 219
  • Cox Green – 15 (up five). Weekly rate of 197
  • Datchet, Horton & Wraysbury – 30 (up 10). Weekly rate of 294
  • Eton & Castle – 20 (down 10). Weekly rate of 159
  • Furze Platt – 10 (down 20). Weekly rate of 130
  • Hurley & Walthams – 10 (no change). Weekly rate of 159
  • Old Windsor – 5 (down five). Weekly rate of 66
  • Oldfield – 10 (down five). Weekly rate of 149
  • Pinkneys Green – 15 (up five). Weekly rate of 198
  • Riverside – 10 (down five). Weekly rate of 138
  • St Mary’s – 15 (down five). Weekly rate of 207
  • Sunningdale & Cheapside – 10 (no change). Weekly rate of 151
RBWM is below the England and South East average

RBWM is below the England and South East average

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According to the BPH weekly briefing, the Royal Borough has had 237 new cases of Covid-19 over the last seven days (January 29 – February 4) and these make up four per cent of all the borough’s cases across the whole pandemic.

This brings the total of confirmed cases in the Royal Borough to 7,761.

The current weekly rate is 145.3 per 100,000, and the rate for people aged 60 and over is 159 per 100,000, a 25 per cent decrease in the last week.

Sadly, 22 deaths were recorded in the week January 23 – 29, taking the Covid-19 death toll to 282 in the borough.