The five areas in Windsor and Maidenhead that have recorded the highest number of new Covid-19 cases can be revealed.

Despite a large surge in the number of cases across the country, the Government has continued on its path out of lockdown, hoping that the vaccine uptake will prevent a similar surge in the number of hospitalisations as a result of Covid-19.

Locally, cases have mirrored the national picture, with many areas registering an increase across Windsor and Maidenhead.

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Below are the five worst-affected areas as of July 14, the latest available data.

These numbers have been compared to the week before for context.

The data also shows the 'rolling rate' of each area, which is calculated by dividing the seven-day total by the area population and multiplying by 100,000.

1. Spital and Cranbourne Park

Total cases in the seven days ending on July 14: 34

Comparison to the seven days before: Up by 16

Rolling rate: 471.4

2. Maidenhead Central

Total cases in the seven days ending on July 14: 33

Comparison to the seven days before: Up by 17

Rolling rate: 251.9

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3. Maidenhead East

Total cases in the seven days ending on July 14: 29

Comparison to the seven days before: Up by 14

Rolling rate: 323.7

4. Maidenhead Highway

Total cases in the seven days ending on July 14: 26

Comparison to the seven days before: Up by 1

Rolling rate: 265.7

5. Clewer New Town

Total cases in the seven days ending on July 14: 25

Comparison to the seven days before: Up by 7

Rolling rate: 274.3