Coronavirus cases in Wiltshire are continuing to fall.

In the latest weekly period, a total of 11 areas across the county recorded fewer than three cases.

These included parts of Salisbury which, back in January, had rates of infection of over 800 per 100,000.

The dramatic drop in cases comes as Prime Minister Boris Johnson prepares to unveil his roadmap out of lockdown today (Monday February 22).

Live updates as lockdown exit plan is revealed

He is expected to announce the full reopening of schools and the return of one-to-one socialising from March 8.

The changes will be based "on the latest data at every step," the Prime Minister stressed, adding: "we will be cautious about this approach".

According to the latest figures by Public Health England, 526 infections were recorded in the Wiltshire Council area in the latest seven day period - 111 fewer than the week before.

This gives a rate of new cases of 105.2 per 100,000.

The 11 areas listed below have fewer than three infections, according to data from the week ending on February 16.

Data for these areas is suppressed to protect the privacy of individuals.

  • Tisbury, Donhead & Tollard Royal 
  • Great Wishford, Woodford Valley & Porton 
  • Salisbury Bemerton 
  • Salisbury Cathedral & Harnham 
  • Salisbury East Harnham 
  • Whaddon, Whiteparish & Winterslow
  • Pewsey & Lockeridge 
  • Warminster West & North 
  • Dilton Marsh & Bratton 
  • Trowbridge South 
  • Bradford-on-Avon

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