The data now covers the week between Wednesday September 2 and Tuesday September 8
There were 22 areas of Stoke-on-Trent and nearby areas of Staffordshire had three or more news cases of Covid-19 confirmed in a seven-day period according to the latest data.
Figures released this afternoon show 11 areas of Stoke-on-Trent had three or more residents test positive for coronavirus between Wednesday September 2 and Tuesday September 8.
In surrounding areas there were four of Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough, three in the Staffordshire Moorlands and four in Stafford Borough.
The data – which updates daily – divides the country into ‘middle super output areas’ (MSOA), which have similar populations of around 7,200 people.
Two areas of Stafford Borough – Stone Town and Weeping Cross and Brocton – top the list, with eight and seven confirmed cases over that period respectively.
The MSOA in Stoke-on-Trent with the most new confirmed cases was Florence, which includes Normacot, where there were six cases.
Although other MSOAs in the area may have had cases only areas with three or more confirmed Covid-19 cases between those dates are highlighted.
Larger maps of both MSOAs are below (note the dots only indicate there have been deaths with the virus in that area since the start of the pandemic and not locations of deaths or confirmed cases).