Here's a breakdown of where Covid-19 cases are rising and falling across Dacorum

Covid-19 cases close to zero in Dacorum - but Highfield, Warners End, Grovehill, Boxmoor and Apsley buck the trend

Wednesday, 12th May 2021, 1:27 pm
Updated Wednesday, 12th May 2021, 1:28 pm

Tuesday's figures show there have been a total of 8,624 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Dacorum.

The incidence rate over the seven days up to May 6, was 16.2 cases per 100,000 population.

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Almost all areas of the borough have recorded between 0 and two cases - but Highfield Warners End, Grovehill, Boxmoor and Apsley are still recording a small number of confirmed cases.

Here is a breakdown of where the confirmed cases were recorded seven days up to May 6 - according to Public Health England:

> Bovingdon and Chipperfield - 0-2 cases (no change)

> Boxmoor and Apsley - 5 cases (up from 0-2)

Weekly percentage of people with a positive COVID-19 PCR test in Dacorum up to 06.05.21

> Corner Hall - 0-2 cases (no change)

> Chaulden - 0-2 cases (no change)

> Gadebridge and Old Town - 0-2 cases (no change)

> Grovehill - 4 cases (no change)

> Hemel Hempstead Town - 0-2 cases (no change)

> Highfield - 3 cases (up from 0-2)

> Kings Langley - 0-2 cases (no change)

> Leverstock Green - 0-2 cases (no change)

> Maylands and Adeyfield - 0-2 cases (down from 6)

> Markyate, Flamstead and Gaddesden - 0-2 cases (no change)

> Nash Mills and Bennetts End - 0-2 cases (no change)

> Warners End - 3 cases (-3)

> Woodhall Farm - 0-2 cases (down from 5)

> Northchurch and Potten End - 0-2 cases (no change)

> Berkhamsted Town - 0-2 cases (no change)

> Berkhamsted West - 0-2 cases (no change)

> Berkhamsted South - 0-2 cases (no change)

> Tring West and Long Marston - 0-2 cases (no change)

> Tring East, Wiggington and Aldbury - 0-2 cases (no change)

> Tring North - 0-2 cases (no change).

The figures can be found on the official UK Government website for data and insights on coronavirus - coronavirus.data.gov.uk.