THESE are the Royal Borough areas that have recorded no coronavirus 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 April 7 and shows the number of reported cases and their infection rate between March 26 and April 1.

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

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Most areas such as Ascot & Sunninghill, Pinkneys Green, and Clewer East declared they were Covid-free last week as cases across the Royal Borough declines.

Wards such as Clewer & Dedworth East and West, Old Windsor, and Furze Platt have remained Covid-free for the last two weeks.

Cox Green and St Mary’s were the only areas to record and a small uptick in cases.
Royal Borough Observer: The Royal Borough areas with no recorded covid casesThe Royal Borough areas with no recorded covid cases
Confirmed cases in the Royal Borough and their weekly rate per 100,000 population:

  • Ascot & Sunninghill – no recorded cases
  • Belmont – no recorded cases
  • Bisham & Cookham – no recorded cases
  • Boyn Hill – 5 (down 5). Weekly rate of 67
  • Bray – 5 (no change). Weekly rate of 65
  • Clewer & Dedworth East – no recorded cases
  • Clewer & Dedworth West – no recorded cases
  • Clewer East – no recorded cases
  • Cox Green – 10 (up 5). Weekly rate of 131
  • Datchet, Horton & Wraysbury – 10 (no change). Weekly rate of 98
  • Eton & Castle – 5 (no change). Weekly rate of 40
  • Furze Platt – no recorded cases
  • Hurley & Walthams – 5 (down 10). Weekly rate of 80
  • Old Windsor – no recorded cases
  • Oldfield – 5 (down 5). Weekly rate of 74
  • Pinkneys Green – no recorded cases
  • Riverside – 10 (up 10). Weekly rate of 138
  • St Mary’s – 15 (up 10). Weekly rate of 207
  • Sunningdale & Cheapside – no recorded cases

Royal Borough Observer: The Royal Borough is below the national averageThe Royal Borough is below the national average
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According to the BPH weekly briefing, the Royal Borough has had 63 new cases of Covid-19 over the last seven days (March 26 – April 1).

This brings the total of confirmed cases in the Royal Borough to 8,385 with a current weekly rate is 28.4 per 100,000.

The rate for people aged 60 and over is 5.5 per 100,000, a 50 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.