The latest number of coronavirus cases recorded in the Romsey area has been revealed.

A map on the government coronavirus dashboard breaks down infections in England by small areas with an average population of 7,200, which are referred to as Middle Super Output Areas (MSOAs).

The interactive tool is based on data from Public Health England.

For each MSOA, the map shows the number of cases recorded in the latest weekly period, the case rate per 100,000 and whether cases have gone up or down compared to the previous week.

Areas shown in light green have the lowest rates (between 11 and 50), green is used for areas with rates between 51 and 100 while blue areas have rates above 101 but below 200.

Dark blue and purple are the colours used to represent MSOAs with the highest rates of new cases - above 200 and above 400 respectively.

This is the data for Romsey for the week ending on November 25:

  • Romsey Town: 3 cases (down by 8 compared to previous week); rolling rate of 50.3
  • Abbotswood & West Wellow: 7 cases (down by 2 compared to previous week); rolling rate of 82.4
  • Romsey Cupernham & Halterworth: 4 cases (down by 3 compared to previous week); rolling rate of 46.2 
  • North Baddesley & Braishfield: 4 cases (down by 5 compared to previous week); rolling rate of 37.2 
  • Chilworth, Nursling & Rownhams: 3 cases (down by 10 compared to previous week); rolling rate of 45.1

You can access the government's map here.