Reading, Slough, Wokingham and Bracknell areas with lowest Covid-19 infection rates
According to the latest figures from Public Health England, only six regions of Berkshire have coronavirus infection rates below 300 per 100,000 people.
Data released Saturday evening, Oct. 30 by the health authority, shows that half a dozen of the 107 super mid-layer exit zones that make up the authority have rates below 300.
Of these, two are in Reading – with one each in the Borough of Slough, Bracknell Forest, the Borough of Wokingham and the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.
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No area of ââWest Berkshire is less than 300, with that area of ââauthority as a whole recently recording one of the highest Covid-19 rates in the South East.
Below we have listed the six areas with the lowest rates by local authority area they are located, the name of the MSOA, the infection rate per 100,000, and the new cases in the seven. days leading up to October 25 (the latest figures available, which were released on Saturday evening):
Reading: Wokingham Road: 278 (22 new cases)
Quagmire: Colnbrook & Poyle: 273.2 18 new cases)
Bracknell Forest: Wick Hill: 249 (25 new cases)
Windsor and Maidenhead: Pinkney’s Green & Furze Platt Road: 234.2 (13 new cases)
Wokingham: Earley: 221.3 (22 new cases)
Reading: Reading Central: 186 (28 new cases)
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