Witney East is among a number of areas in Oxfordshire where coronavirus has nearly been eradicated.

The interactive data, which is part of the Government's Covid data dashboard, shows where the positive cases have been in the county since August. 

On the map, lighter colours like white, yellow and green, show low infection rates per 100,000 people while blue and purple colours show the highest rates of infection.

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The graphic shows 26 areas (in white) where there are fewer than three cases in the week leading up to February 23 (the latest data available).

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The areas are: 

  • Witney East
  • Wolvercote & Cutteslowe
  • Osney, Jericho & Port Meadow
  • Summertown
  • Oxford Central
  • Grandpont & New Hinksey
  • Beckley & Horspath
  • Hanborough & Cassington
  • Charlbury & North Leigh
  • Chadlington & Wychwoods 
  • Cropredy, Wroxton & Shennington 
  • Sibford, Hook Norton & Milcombe 
  • Kingham, Enstone & Middle Barton
  • Moreton & Stow-on-the-Wold
  • Leafield, Minster Lovell & Duckington
  • Eynsham & Stanton Harcourt
  • Carterton North
  • Carterton South 
  • Bampton, Clanfield & Standlake
  • Faringdon & Stanford
  • Wantage Town
  • Henley North
  • Shiplake & Binfield Heath
  • Watlington & Nettlebed
  • Benson & Crowmarsh Gifford
  • Bicester North

Here's another image of the map that shows coronavirus cases in the same area a month ago (the week up to January 26):

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And another graphic shows the cases in the same area at the start of the third national lockdown on January 5: 


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