THE CORONAVIRUS hotspots have been mapped using official government data. 

In the latest figures, the virus can be tracked to postcode level - revealing exactly where numbers of people have tested positive for coronavirus over the last week. 

Oxford and Drayton have the most cases in the county with six people infected. 

Other hotspots include Cowley, Littlemore and Rose Hill, Blackbird Leys, Headington, Didcot and Carterton. 

The number of cases recorded in each area over the seven day period from August 30 to September 5 are listed below.


Oxford: six cases

East Oxford: 0-2 cases

Iffley fields: 0-2 cases

Cowley North: three cases

Cowley South and Iffley: three cases

Littlemore and Rose Hill: four cases

Blackbird Leys: four cases

Greater Leys: 0-2 cases

Marston: 0-2 cases

Headington: three cases

Churchill: 0-2 cases

Barton: 0-2 cases

Risinghurst and Sandhills: 0-2 cases

Summertown: 0-2 cases

North Central Oxford: 0-2 cases

Botley and Kennington: 0-2 cases

Grandpont and New Hinksey: 0-2 cases

Osney, Jericho and Port Meadow: 0-2 cases

Wolvercote and Cutteslowe: 0-2 cases

Outside of Oxford

Dean Court, Cumnor and Appleton: 0-2 cases

Radley, Wootton and Marcham: 0-2 cases

Abingdon, Northcourt and Peachcroft: 0-2 cases

Abingdon Audlett Drive and Farm Road: 0-2 cases

Abingdon town and west: 0-2 cases

Abingdon south: 0-2 cases

Eynsham and Stanton Harcourt: 0-2 cases

Begbrooke, Yarnton and Water Eaton: three cases

Kidlington North: six cases

Kidlington south: 0-2 cases

Beckley and Horspath: 0-2 cases

Wheatley and Great Haseley: 0-2 cases

Sutton Courtenay, Drayton and Steventon: six cases

Wantage town: 0-2 cases

South Wantage, Harwell and Blewbury: 0-2 cases

Grove: 0-2 cases

Kingston Bagpuize and East Hanney: 0-2 cases

Faringdon and Stanford: 0-2 cases

Didcot west: three cases

Didcot Ladygrove: 0-2 cases

Didcot south east: 0-2 cases

Didcot south west: 0-2 cases

Hagbourne, Moreton and Cholsey: 0-2 cases

Chalgrove and Stadhampton: 0-2 cases

Wallingford and Brightwell: 0-2 cases

Benson and Crowmarsh Gifford: 0-2 cases

Watlington and Nettlebed: four cases

Chinnor and Tetsworth: 0-2 cases

Thame South: 0-2 cases

Thame North: 0-2 cases

Islip, Arncott and Chesterton: 0-2 cases

Bicester: 0-2 cases

Woodstock and Stonefield: 0-2 cases

Witney: 0-2 cases

Ducklington: 0-2 cases

Burford and Brize Norton: 0-2 cases

Carterton: three cases

The data is published on a seven-day rolling toll and are the latest figures available.