A total of seven areas in High Wycombe and the surrounding areas have seen an increase in Coronavirus cases.

The data, which is taken from the seven days ending April 10, shows the total number of cases and a comparison on the week before.

It also reveals the rolling rate, which are calculated by dividing the seven day count by the area population and multiplying by 100,000.

In areas with with fewer than three cases data is not revealed in order to protect individuals' identities.

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High Wycombe Town Centre and Marlow Hill had 14 total cases, nine more than the week before. The rolling rate stood at 118.7.

Nine new cases were reported in Downley, up by seven on the previous seven days previous. The rolling rate stood at 78.5.

Sands saw seven new cases, five more than the previous week. The rolling rate stood at 100.6.

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Five cases were reported in Hazlemere, one more than the week previous. The rolling rate was 53.7.

Great Missenden and Prestwood had four cases, two more than the previous week. The rolling rate was 41.6. This was the exact same figures as Terriers and Amersham Hill, which saw a rolling rate of a slightly higher 47.7 

Bourne End had three cases, an increase of one on the previous week. The rolling rate stood at 54.8.