An area of the district has seen a spike in Covid cases. 

Bocking has recorded a total of eight cases in the seven days leading up to April 29, the latest avilable data.

The infection rate in Bocking stands at 109.7 per 100,000 people.

However, the rest of the district records a much lower infection rate at 11.1 and 17 new cases.

All other areas have recorded less than three, meaning the virus is classed as "suppressed" in these areas.

They are not recorded on the hotspots map any longer.

This comes as Boris Johnson said “good chance” social distancing will be ditched from June 21.

The final decision on whether the change can be brought in from June 21 will depend on the data, the Prime Minister added.

Mr Johnson said he feels like the next stage of reopening on May 17 – which covers indoor hospitality, entertainment and possibly foreign travel – “is going to be good”.

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Travel agents are also reporting a surge in staycation bookings as people are more likely to go on holiday in the UK this year instead of seeking sun abroad.

Monday, May 17 is the earliest date for the resumption of overseas leisure travel for people in England, under the Government’s road map for easing restrictions.