THE 17 areas of Oxfordshire with the lowest rates of Covid infection can be seen in a map of the county.

The interactive data, which is part of the Governement's Covid data dashboard, shows where positive cases are rising and falling in the seven days to January 3.

See the full list below

Going from white through to dark purple, the Public Health England map shows areas with the highest weekly infection rates per 100,000 people.

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Despite being the centre of outbreaks previously, some of the lowest Covid infection rates in the county are in Oxford

This includes Oxford Central, which currently has the lowest rate in Oxfordshire at 137.4.

These are the 17 areas shown in blue due to having rates below 400 cases per 100,000 people.

From left is the current rate, number of new cases, increase from the previous week and % change;

  • Oxford Central 137.4, 25 -2 (-7.4 per cent)

Banbury Cake:

  • Wantage Town 201.9, 20 +1 (+5.3 per cent)
  • Charlbury & North Leigh 233.3, 13 (no change)
  • Chadlington & Wychwoods 282.3, 17 +3 (+21.4 per cent)
  • Faringdon & Stanford 282.6, 28, +8 (+40 per cent)

Banbury Cake:

  • Carterton South 295.1, 21 +13 (162.5 per cent)
  • Woodstock, Stonesfield & Tackley 306.1, 26 +5 (+23.8 per cent)
  • Summertown 313.6, 22 +8 (+57.1 per cent)

Banbury Cake:

  • Dean Court, Cumnor & Appleton 314.3, 24 -6 (-20 per cent)
  • Grandpont & New Hinksey 325.9, 18 -2 (-10 per cent)
  • Goring, Woodcote & Whitchurch 343.8, 28 +8 (+40 per cent)
  • Shrivenham, Watchfield & Uffington 347.4, 46 +26 (+130 per cent)

Banbury Cake:

  • Leafield, Minster Lovell & Duckington 349.5, 22 +6 (+37.5 per cent)
  • North Central Oxford 364.7, 24 +11 (+84.6 per cent)
  • Osney, Jericho & Port Meadow 371.7, 26 +7 (+36.8 per cent)
  • Marston 390.8, 24 +12 (+100 per cent)
  • Kingham, Enstone & Middle Barton 399.4, 26, +11 (+73.3 per cent)

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