An interactive map has revealed potential coronavirus 'hotspots' in Buckinghamshire.

The map uses data from Public Health England and shows area that could be potential hotspots for the virus.


60 more coronavirus cases diagnosed in the last day in Bucks

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The data shows the number of cases recorded from September 23 to 29.

Eleven cases were recorded in Cookham and Waltham, the highest in the region.

Six cases were reported in Downley, Beaconsfield Town and Knotty Green and Holmer Green each.

Five cases were recorded in Hazlemere and Hyde Heath, Bellingdon and Latimer, Amersham-on-the-Hill and Chesham Bois.

Four cases were recorded in Bledlow, Cadmore End and Hambleden Valley, Marlow West and North, Flackwell Heath and Chalfont St Giles, Seer Green and Jordans.

Sands, Chesham West, Stokenchurch, Ryemead and Wycombe Marsh and Oakridge and Castlefield had three positive cases.

0-2 cases were recorded in the following areas:

  • Marlow Bottom, Danesfield and Well End
  • Bourne End
  • Micklefield
  • Tylers Green
  • Terriers and Amersham Hill
  • Old Amersham
  • Bowerdean
  • Chalfont St Peter West
  • Little Chalfont
  • Loudwater & Wooburn Green
  • Chesham East
  • Chesham South
  • Princes Risborough
  • Longwick, Kimble & Lacey Green
  • Great Missenden & Prestwood
  • Lane End and Booker
  • Wendover
  • Wycombe town centre and Marlow Hill
  • Chinnor and Tetworth

To see the map in full, click here.