ONE Royal Borough ward still has an infection pass 200 per 100,000 population, 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 March 31 and shows the number of reported cases and their infection rate between March 20 and 26.

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

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Hurley & Walthams ward still has the highest infection rate per 100,000 population in the Royal Borough, standing at 239.

Last week, Datchet, Horton, and Wraysbury reported no coronavirus cases – but has now seen a jump of 10 new cases.

Other areas that also recorded no cases in the previous week, including Belmont, Pinkneys Green, St Mary’s, and Sunnigdale & Cheapside have also seen a small uptick in confirmed cases.

Covid-19 cases by Royal Borough ward

Covid-19 cases by Royal Borough ward

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

  • Ascot & Sunninghill – 5 (no change from previous week). Weekly rate of 43
  • Belmont – 5 (up 5). Weekly rate of 64
  • Bisham & Cookham – no recorded cases
  • Boyn Hill – 10 (up 5). Weekly rate of 135
  • Bray – 5 (down 5). Weekly rate of 65
  • Clewer & Dedworth East – no recorded cases
  • Clewer & Dedworth West – no recorded cases
  • Clewer East – 5 (down 5). Weekly rate of 73
  • Cox Green – 5 (no change). Weekly rate of 66
  • Datchet, Horton & Wraysbury – 10 (up 10). Weekly rate of 98
  • Eton & Castle – 5 (no change). Weekly rate of 40
  • Furze Platt – no recorded cases
  • Hurley & Walthams – 15 (up 5). Weekly rate of 239
  • Old Windsor – no recorded cases
  • Oldfield – 10 (no change). Weekly rate of 149
  • Pinkneys Green – 5 (up 5). Weekly rate of 66
  • Riverside – no recorded cases
  • St Mary’s – 5 (up 5). Weekly rate of 69
  • Sunningdale & Cheapside – 5 (up 5). Weekly rate of 75

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Royal Borough Observer: The Royal Borough's average is slighly above England's and the region's averageThe Royal Borough's average is slighly above England's and the region's average

According to the BPH weekly briefing, the Royal Borough has had 90 new cases of Covid-19 over the last seven days (March 19 – 25) and these make up one per cent of all the borough’s cases across the whole pandemic.

This brings the total of confirmed cases in the Royal Borough to 8,341 with a current weekly rate is 66.7 per 100,000.

The rate for people aged 60 and over is 11 per 100,000, a 60 per cent decrease in the last week.

Sadly, two deaths were recorded in the week March 13 – 19, taking the Covid-19 death toll to 344 in the borough.