Coronavirus in Cambridgeshire: Locations of latest Covid-19 cases in Cambridge, South Cambridgeshire and across county confirmed
Two areas of Cambridge and one area of South Cambridgeshire have recorded mini clusters of coronavirus infections, the latest data from Public Health England shows.
Overall, the numbers of laboratory-confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Cambridgeshire remain low, but Peterborough continues to record high numbers of infections.
Meanwhile, Morrisons confirmed that two employees at its St Ives supermarket have tested positive for the coronavirus. They are self-isolating, along with a further 13 staff.
Morrisons, which wished the two employees a “speedy recovery” said the store had been deep-cleaned and government guidelines were being followed.
The latest figures come after concern over a surge in infections nationwide prompted the government to introduce new restrictions from Monday, September 14. Groups of six people will no longer be able to gather socially until further notice - and those who ignore the rules could face £100 fines.
The Cambridge Independent reported on Friday how a studied had indicated the number of Covid-19 infections is believed to be doubling in England every seven to eight days.
In Cambridge, there have now been a total of 418 cases since the start of the pandemic, including 13 in the 10 days to September 10.
At a more local level, Trumpington is the latest area to record a mini cluster, with three cases in the week of August 31-September 6.
Central and West Cambridge continues to record a small number of cases - there were four in the week of August 31-September 6, and six in the previous week.
In South Cambridgeshire, a new outbreak has been recorded in Longstanton, Swavesey and Oakington, where there were four cases in the week to September 7.
No other areas of the district recorded more than two cases in that week.
However, district-wide figures show there have been 17 cases in the 10 days to September 10, taking the total number since the start of the pandemic to 419.
East Cambridgeshire has recorded just one case in the 10 days to September 10, taking the total number of cases in the district since the start of the pandemic to 215.
Huntingdonshire has recorded 12 cases in the 10 days to September 10.
But no areas recorded clusters of more than two cases in the week of August 31-September 6.
Fenland has had 521 confirmed cases since the beginning of the pandemic, including six in the 10 days to September 10.
Peterborough remains a major area of concern, with 63 cases in the 10 days to September 10. Multiple areas of the city have recorded clusters, including 16 in the Central Park area in the week of August 31-September 6.
The following maps show the number of laboratory-confirmed cases by local authority area since the beginning of the outbreak, and the rate per 100,000 people.