Here are the latest Covid hotspots in Bedford - according to Public Health
Check your postcode for new cases
Figures from Public Health England show a breakdown of coronavirus cases in Bedford for seven days up to March 18.
Castle and Kingsway, Putnoe and Bromham and Biddenham are among the areas which have recorded between 0 and two cases - while Elstow, Shortstown & Wixams and Queen's Park have the most cases over a seven-day period.
Last month, the Prime Minister unveiled his roadmap out of lockdown to end England restrictions by June 21.
Here is a breakdown of the confirmed cases in the seven days to March 18.
Bromham & Biddenham - 0-2 cases
Brickhill - 0-2 cases
Castle & Kingsway - 0-2 cases
Cauldwell - 5 cases
Clapham, Oakley & Thurleigh - 0-2 cases
De Parys - 0-2 cases
Elstow, Shortstown & Wixams - 7 cases
Goldington - 4 cases
Harpur - 5 cases
Harrold, Chellington & Turvey - 0-2 cases
Kempston Central & East - 3 cases
Kempston North - 0-2 cases
Kempston West & South - 5 cases
Kingsbrook - 6 cases
Newnham - 3 cases
Putnoe - 0-2 cases
Queens Park - 7 cases
Riseley & Sharnbrook - 0-2 cases
Wootton & Stewartby - 6 cases
Wyboston, Great Barford & Cople - 4 cases