ONLY one area of Swindon has had a double-digit rise in the number of recorded coronavirus cases over seven days.

The latest update of the government's cases map uses data from the week leading up to April 26 to calculate changes in infection rate and the number of new infections around the Swindon borough along with Cricklade and Royal Wootton Bassett.

Rodbourne and Cheney Manor recorded 10 cases over the course of that week but it does not have the highest infection rate in the area - Central East and Walcot West does, with 118.1 cases per 100,000 population and nine new cases recorded.

If a section of the map records fewer than three coronavirus cases in one week, it is cleared of colour, data is no longer available for that section, and it is categorised as having 'suppressed' the deadly virus.

Most parts of the Swindon area have attained this classification and several others were close to achieving it with just three new cases added to their totals.

See how your area compares in the table below.