These are the Salisbury areas with the highest coronavirus case rates, according to figures from Public Health England.

A map on the government coronavirus dashboard breaks down positive cases in England into small areas with an average population of 7,200. These are called Middle Super Output Areas (MSOAs).

Most MSOAs in and around Salisbury have rates below 100, among the lowest in the country.

However, in the week to November 12, the latest period for which figures are available, a few areas saw rates surpass 100.

  • Whaddon, Whiteparish & Winterslow (8 cases; rolling rate of 100.7) 
  • Larkhill, Shrewton & Bulford Camp (13 cases; rolling rate of 120.3) 
  • Tidworth & Ludgershall (22 cases; rolling rate of 121.6)
  • Churchfields (9 cases; rolling rate of 133.5) 
  • Wilton, Nadder & Ebble (14 cases; rolling rate of 135.9)
  • Salisbury Cathedral & Harnham (7 cases; rolling rate of 140.3) 
  • Downton & Morgan's Vale (12 cases; rolling rate of 149.4)
  • Stratford (9 cases; rolling rate of 153.3) 
  • East Harnham (10 cases; rolling rate of 167.7)

The seven-day rates are expressed per 100,000 population and are calculated by dividing the seven day count by the area population and multiplying by 100,000.