Here's a breakdown of the latest Covid figures for the individual areas in and around Leamington, Warwick and Kenilworth

Nearly all areas are still below the national average but many areas are still on the increase

The Warwick district saw a 25 per cent increase in Covid cases - but the district is is still under the national average.

The ward of Leamington West and Milverton now has the highest Covid rate per 100,000 people in the Warwick district.

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All areas of the district are still below the national average apart from Leamington West and Milverton, which has a rolling rate of 538.8 positive cases per 100,000 people.

The latest Covid map of the Warwick district. The darker the colour, the higher the rolling rate.

The figures are based on Government figures for the seven days up to January 6.

Overall, the Warwick district still has a relatively low rate - 383.3 per 100,000 people - but the numbers increased by 25 per cent as we enter the second week of the latest lockdown.

The largest percentage increases were in Kenilworth South (76.9%) and Whitnash (71%).

Here are the figures for the individual areas.

The figures cover the seven days up to January 6.

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.​

OVERALL

Warwick district

Seven days to 06 January 2021

Total cases: 551

The rate has increased relative to the previous week by 112 (25.5%)

Rolling rate: 383.3

Warwickshire

Total cases: 2,385

The rate has increased relative to the previous week by 366 (18.1%)

Rolling rate: 412.7

LEAMINGTON, LILLINGTON AND WHITNASH

Leamington East & Sydenham

Total cases: 36

The rate has increased relative to the previous week by 2 (5.9%)

Rolling rate: 324.9

Leamington Central & North

Total cases: 48

The rate has increased relative to the previous week by 17 (54.8%)

Rolling rate: 350.9

Leamington West & Milverton

Total cases: 52

The rate has increased relative to the previous week by 9 (20.9%)

Rolling rate: 538.8 (above the national average)

Leamington Brunswick

Total cases: 44

The rate has increased relative to the previous week by 16 (57.1%)

Rolling rate: 402.3

Lillington

Total cases: 19

The rate has increased relative to the previous week by 2 (11.8%)

Rolling rate: 346.8

Whitnash

Total cases: 53

The rate has increased relative to the previous week by 22 (71.0%)

Rolling rate: 540.0

WARWICK

Warwick South East, Myton & Heathcote

Total cases: 49

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week by 1 (-2.0%)

Rolling rate: 421.3

Warwick South West & Aylesford

Total cases: 40

The rate has increased relative to the previous week by 4 (11.1%)

Rolling rate: 317.8

Warwick North

Total cases: 23

The rate has increased relative to the previous week by 1 (4.5%)

Rolling rate: 273.5

KENILWORTH

Kenilworth West

Total cases: 31

The rate has increased relative to the previous week by 7 (29.2%)

Rolling rate: 416.2

Kenilworth East

Total cases: 30

The rate has increased relative to the previous week by 6 (25.0%)

Rolling rate: 373.8

Kenilworth South

Total cases: 23

The rate has increased relative to the previous week by 10 (76.9%)

Rolling rate: 322.1

RURAL AREAS

Cubbington, Stoneleigh & Radford Semele

Total cases: 42

The rate has increased relative to the previous week by 13 (44.8%)

Rolling rate: 324.9

Bishops Tachbrook, Barford & Hatton Park

Total cases: 33

The rate has increased relative to the previous week by 8 (32.0%)

Rolling rate: 339.9

Wellesbourne & Snitterfield

Total cases: 16

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week by 7 (-30.4%)

Rolling rate: 160.1

Henley-in-Arden & Claverdon

Total cases: 37

The rate has increased relative to the previous week by 4 (12.1%)

Rolling rate: 545.7 (above the national average)

Kingswood & Leek Wootton

Total cases: 28

The rate has decreased relative to the previous week by 4 (-12.5%)

Rolling rate: 534.4

Balsall Common

Total cases: 21

The rate has increased relative to the previous week by 5 (31.2%)

Rolling rate: 251.3