The number of Bristol neighbourhoods to have recorded double figures for positive coronavirus tests has more than doubled in recent days, latest figures show.
Public Health England data shows 36 neighbourhoods in the Bristol area recorded more than 10 covid-19 cases between October 8 and October 15.
This compares to a data set earlier in the month which showed 16 neighbourhoods recorded double figures for cases between October 3 and October 9.
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The 36 neighbourhoods with double figures for cases
Bristol City Centre: 153
Stoke Bishop: 145
Frenchay & Great Stoke: 38
Clifton East: 42
Clifton Village: 18
Temple Meads: 20
Kingsdown & Stokes Croft: 20
St Paul’s: 27
Monks Park: 12
Westbury Village: 17
Henbury & Brentry: 14
Fishponds North: 13
Staple Hill South & Kingswood North West: 11
Kingswood South: 11
Two Mile Hill: 13
St George: 11
Upper Easton: 10
Lower Easton: 14
Barton Hill: 14
Longwell Green & Oldland Common: 12
Long Ashton & Gordano: 10
Emersons Green: 10
There has been a coronavirus outbreak at the University of Bristol, which was first confirmed two weeks ago and there are now two student accommodation buildings in the city in lockdown due to the virus spreading there as the number of confirmed cases at the university reaches one thousand.
Last week BristolLive was able to reveal up to three quarters of all the people in Bristol who have tested positive for coronavirus in recent days have been students at the University of Bristol.
What about the other areas?
Between October 8 and October 15, a total of 968 cases were recorded in the city of Bristol.
The vast majority of neighbourhoods in Bristol and South Gloucestershire had at least three cases.
In South Gloucestershire, there were two exceptions – Yate West and Downend North – which had between zero and two cases.
In Bristol, all the inner-city neighbourhoods had at least three cases and the only area to have fewer than that was Hengrove.
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Where is the data coming from?
You can see the latest national data on the government’s website.
The map displays weekly data, which are updated everyday.
The data can be viewed by local authority but also by smaller sections called ‘Middle Super Output Areas’.
The map highlights which areas of the nation have three or more confirmed cases of the virus and colour co-coordinates the areas by how many cases they have.