Berkshire coronavirus cases increased by more than 160 overnight
There were 161 more Covid-19 cases recorded in the county today (Wednesday), up from 210 yesterday.
The highest number was found in Reading, where there were 50 new cases.
Meanwhile, there have been 32 more cases in Slough and 29 in Windsor and Maidenhead.
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This brings the total number of cases in Berkshire to 61,205 since the start of the pandemic.
The high number of new cases in Reading meant it continued to have the highest infection rate in the county, at 165 cases per 100,000 people.
Wokingham had the second highest rate with 109.9 cases per 100,000 while Bracknell Forest came in third with 102.
Across the UK, the seven-day rolling average infection rate now stands at 157 cases per 100,000.
Here are the latest rolling seven-day coronavirus infection rates per 100,000 people in Berkshire for the week ending June 23:
- Reading: 165 (instead of 156.4 )
Windsor and Maidenhead: 101.7 (instead of 99.7)
Slough: 80.9 (was 89.6)
Bracknell Forest: 105.3 (instead of 102)
Wokingham: 109.9 (instead of 104)
West Berkshire: 72.6 (instead of 67.5)
This is the latest breakdown of confirmed cases for each region of Berkshire since the start of the pandemic, plus the change in the past 24 hours (in brackets):
- Reading: 12,181 cases (+50)
Windsor and Maidenhead: 8,997 cases (+29)
Slough: 16,324 cases (+32)
Bracknell Forest: 7,687 cases (+21)
Wokingham: 9,107 (+21)
- West Berkshire: 6,909 cases (+8)