Most areas in Salisbury either have no coronavirus cases at all or a maximum of two, a map on the government's website shows.

Based on Public Health England figures, the tool breaks down positive cases by Middle Super Output Areas (MSOA) in England, small areas with an average population of around 7,200.

In Salisbury, almost all of these are white meaning between zero and two coronavirus cases have been recorded there.

The only MSOA in the Salisbury area with more than two cases is Larkhill, Shrewton & Bulford Camp which currently has four.

Elsewhere in Wiltshire, MSOAs with more than two cases are:

Westbury - 5

Trowbridge North - 5

Chippenham North - 3

Ramsbury, Ogbournes & Avebury - 3

Marlborough - 4

Central East & Walcot West (Swindon) - 4

Upper Stratton (Swindon) - 8

Freshbrook South & Toothill (Swindon) - 6

Lydiard Millicent & Purton (Swindon) - 3

The map is based on lab confirmed positive cases of coronavirus reported by September 28 with specimen dates between September 20 and 26.

The data are updated each weekday, and show the latest seven days for which near-complete data are available.