MAPS comparing the current situation with that in October show how fast coronavirus has spread in Andover over the autumn and winter months.

The Government graphic shows how infection rates of infection have risen dramatically especially over the last four weeks.

On the map, lighter, green colours show low infection rates - the number of positive cases per 100,000 people - while darker blues show higher rates, with purple being the highest rates of infection.

White shows there were fewer than 3 case in the area, greens show a rate of below 99 infections per 100,000 people, light blue is 100-199, dark blue 200--399 the lighter purple shows a rate of 400 and higher and the darkest purple shows a rate of 800 and higher.

Confirmed cases of Covid-19 are thought to only reflect between an eighth and a quarter of actual cases - as many people with the virus are asymptomatic or don't get tested - meaning the actual figures could be much higher.

October – November

(move the slider side to side to show the difference in cases)

November – December

Cases in some areas decreased after the four week lockdown in November.

December- January 7