No Swindon neighbourhood had more than three new covid cases in the week to September 10, government maps reveal.

Only Kingshill and Okus recorded more than one coronavirus case in the week September 4 to 10, with three new diagnoses.

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The government's latest coronavirus map Picture: GOV.UK

It marked a dramatic drop on previous weeks, when Broadgreen and the Railway Village charted the highest number of covid cases of any area in the south west. At points last month, the neighbourhood recorded 34 new cases a week.

The picture reflects a falling number of new cases, which has resulted in Swindon being downgraded from an area of enhanced support to an area of concern on the government’s coronavirus watchlist.

Last week, borough public health chief Steve Maddern urged people not to be complacent, saying they needed to continue washing their hands, wearing masks and abiding by social distancing rules.

As of 9am on Monday, September 14, 1,323 people had tested positive for coronavirus.