SEVERAL areas across the county have seen three or more new coronavirus cases recorded in the last week.

The latest data published by Public Health England shows which areas in Worcestershire have recorded three new cases or more between September 7 and September 13 – the latest data available.

The figures are split into several ‘middle super output areas’ – which is used by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) – zones that are slightly larger than postcode areas with an average population of around 7,200 people.

Areas with fewer than two cases are not highlighted by Public Health England in its figures.

A total of 2,854 confirmed cases have been recorded in Worcestershire (as of September 17) according to Public Health England figures.

Of those cases, 467 have been recorded in Worcester, 286 in Malvern Hills, 523 in Wychavon, 640 in Bromsgrove, 472 in Wyre Forest and 466 in Redditch.

Here are the areas by local authority area where positive cases have been recorded:


Rainbow Hill and Barbourne – 3

Ronkswood and Nunnery Wood – 3


Broadheath, Sinton and Alfrick – 4

Malvern Link – 3

Malvern Wells and Priory – 3

Barnard’s Green – 4


Pershore – 4

Wick, Elmley Castle and Fladbury – 4

Harvington, Offenham and Badsey – 4


Rubery West – 4

Hollywood and Drakes Cross – 4

Catshill – 4

Bromsgrove Sidemoor – 3


Wolverley, Cookley and Blakedown – 4

Greenhill – 3

Foley Park – 3


Matchborough and Park Farm – 4