The number of Covid clusters in Berkshire has risen so that just one area remain off the map.

Just Arborfield & Garrison is the only area in the royal county with two or fewer cases.

The remaining 72 areas have all recorded at least three cases in the seven days leading up to last Saturday - the most recent data given.

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One that has dropped back off the map is Arborfield & Garrison, which a week ago was showing four cases in the government's cluster map.

Wokingham Road remains one of the higher case areas, with 89 cases recorded in the week leading up to July 3 - up 3 on a week earlier.

The Bracknell town area, now has a combined 134 cases across its 15 areas: Wick Hill (22, up 1), Priestwood (15, up 8), Birch Hill & Hanworth East (19, up 4).

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Owlsmoor & Broadmoor (9 up by 7), Hanworth West,( 12 up by 10), Central Bracknell & Wildridings (12, up by 3), Binfield & Popeswood (26 up by 13).

Reading has also seen a sizeable jump in cases in the past week. Kennet Island and Green Park has seen cases rise from 7 to 29.

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In the Caversham area, including the town and surrounding villages, now has a combined 103 cases across its five cluster areas: Battle & Caversham Bridge, (23 up by 13), Lower Caversham, (24 up by 18), Caversham Heights (18 up by 15), Caversham Balmore Park (16 up by 13).

Some parts of Maidenhead have seen a rise in cases in the last seven days too. Maidenhead Highway saw cases jump from 11 to 22 and Maidenhead East saw a jump of five to 18 cases.

Bray Wick & Holyport reported 19 cases and Cookham & Waltham saw a rise 127.3 per cent rise in cases from 14 to 25.

The picture is slightly different in Slough where there are more green areas on the mop.

Areas in green indicate case rates below 99 and areas in light green indicate case rates below 49.

Stoke Road & Wexham Road saw a drop in cases from the past 7 days, down by 8 cases.

Chalvey, Windsor Town & Eton and Cippenham Meadows also saw cases decrease.

The map shows positive cases by 'Middle Super Output Area' - the name the government gives to the break-up of larger towns and groups of neighbouring towns and villages, with groupings covering a greater area than others.

The minimum population in each area is 5,000 and the average is 7,200.

Clusters are only shown when there are three or more new cases reported at any one time.

Anywhere with between zero and two cases shows white in order to "protect the privacy of individuals and prevent disclosure", the accompanying information states.

To find out where your area sits visit the map here