THE areas with five or fewer coronavirus cases in Test Valley have been revealed.

The infection rate for the borough is now average compared to the rest of the UK.

Cases have been decreasing from the week ending on January 8 until February 12 - when the latest data was available.

According to a map on the Government coronavirus dashboard, in the week to February 12 Andover London Road and East Anton had the highest number of cases in the borough with 26 and a weekly rolling rate of 153.3 cases per 100,000 people.

The interactive tool breaks down infections in England into small areas with a population of around 7,200 called Super Middle Output Areas (MSOAs).

For each MSOA, the map shows the number of cases in the past week, increases or decreases compared to the week before and the rate of cases per 100,000 people.

These are the places in the Test Valley Borough Council area with five or fewer Covid cases based on figures from Public Health England from the week ending on February 12:

  • Romsey Cupernham & Halterworth (fewer than three cases and classed as suppressed; areas that have fewer than three cases are not shown by the Government to protect individuals' identities)
  • Valley Park (3 cases; -4 on the previous week; rolling rate of 40.0)
  • Chilworth, Nursling & Rownhams (4 cases; -12 on the previous week; rolling rate of 60.1)