One area of the Braintree District is still a Covid hotpost, according to the latest figures. 

According to the Government's latest hotspots map, one part of the district recorded three or more cases in the week to April 27.

Bocking is the only area to have recorded four cases in those seven days. 

The rest of the borough has recorded less than three, meaning the virus is classed as "suppressed" in these areas.

They are not recorded on the hotspots map any longer.

However, the infection rate for the district as a whole remains low and currently stands at 9.2 per 100,000 people.

This comes as a quarter of adults in Braintree are now fully vaccinated against Covid.

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Here are the latest case numbers for each area:

Bocking- 4

Bocking Churchstreet and Blackwater- less than three

West Witham- less than 3

Braintree West and Rayne- less than 3

North Witham- less than 3

Braintree South- less than 3

Great Leighs and The Walthams- less than 3

Great Dunmow- less than 3

Great Notley and Black Notley- less than three

Central Braintree- less than three

Witham South, Hatfield Peverel and White Notley- less than three

Coggeshall and Kelvedon- less than three

Silver End and Stisted- less than three

Panfield, Finchingfield and Bardfield- less than three

Flitch Green, Felsted and High Easter- less than three

Steeple Bumpstead and Great Yeldham- less than three

Bures Hamlet, Maplestead and Belchamp- less than three

Halstead East and Colnes- less than three

Hedingham, Gosfield and Greenstead Green- less than three

Halstead Central and West- less than three

Marks Tey and Wakes Colne- less than three