The Aylesbury Vale areas where Covid is almost gone as Indian variant concerns grow

The vaccine roll out is in full swing and lockdown has been gradually lifting in Aylesbury and across England as cases and deaths dwindle.

Friday, 14th May 2021, 11:10 am
Updated Friday, 14th May 2021, 11:12 am
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But with the so-called Indian variant fast becoming a cause of concern for the Government with infections identified across the UK, there are fears the roadmap out of lockdown could be threatened.

The latest figures show 17 out of 20 still saw a drop in infections in the latest seven-day period, the first week of May.

However Wendover, Wing and Fairford Leys bucked this trend as they saw a rise in cases.

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Aylesbury Town Centre's rate per 100,000 has dropped from 35.8 on May 1 to 0 on May 8.

Now with gyms, bars and restaurants opened up to customers again, we reveal which neighbourhoods have seen the lowest rate of cases per 100,000 people between 1 May and 8 May.

Mandeville and Elm Farm's Coronavirus rate per 100,000 has dropped from 30 on May 1 to 0 on May 8.
Berryfields Coronavirus rate per 100,000 has dropped from 31.7 on May 1 to 0 on May 8.
Buckingham South's Coronavirus rate per 100,000 has dropped from 26.7 on May 1 to 0 on May 8.
Waddesdon's Coronavirus rate per 100,000 has dropped from 29.9 on May 1 to 0 on May 8.
Watermead's Coronavirus rate per 100,000 has dropped from 44.7 on May 1 to 0 on May 8.
Wendover's Coronavirus rate per 100,000 has increased from 62.6 on May 1 to 73 on May 8.
Wing's Coronavirus rate per 100,000 has increased from 33.7 on May 1 to 101 on May 8 - a rise of 200%
Fairford Ley's Coronavirus rate per 100,000 has risen from 0 on May 1 to 35.5 on May 8.