Indian variant in Bedford: Covid cases in Queen's Park, Cauldwell and Kingsbrook continue to spike

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Figures from Public Health England show a breakdown of coronavirus cases in Bedford for seven days up to May 20.

Most areas of the borough like Harpur, Bromham and Biddenham, and Elstow, Shortstown and Wixamshave experienced a slight rise or even drop in cases but in some wards - namely Queen's Park, Cauldwell, Kingsbrook- cases have risen by anything from 19 to 50 in just seven days.

In the space of a week, cases in Queen's Park have gone from 15 to 66; in Cauldwell they have risen from 24 to 43; and in Kingsbrook from 27 to 77.

In the space of a week, cases in Queen's Park have gone from 15 to 66; in Cauldwell they have risen from 24 to 43; and in Kingsbrook from 27 to 77In the space of a week, cases in Queen's Park have gone from 15 to 66; in Cauldwell they have risen from 24 to 43; and in Kingsbrook from 27 to 77
In the space of a week, cases in Queen's Park have gone from 15 to 66; in Cauldwell they have risen from 24 to 43; and in Kingsbrook from 27 to 77

Here is a breakdown of the confirmed cases in the seven days to May 20

Bromham & Biddenham - 0-2 cases

Brickhill - 7 cases

Castle & Kingsway - 7 cases

Cauldwell - 43 cases

Clapham, Oakley & Thurleigh - 6 cases

De Parys - 3 cases

Elstow, Shortstown & Wixams - 27 cases

Goldington - 6 cases

Harpur - 0-2 cases

Harrold, Chellington & Turvey - 7 cases

Kempston Central & East - 8 cases

Kempston North - 7 cases

Kempston West & South - 8 cases

Kingsbrook - 77 cases

Newnham - 7 cases

Putnoe - 7 cases

Queen's Park - 66 cases

Riseley & Sharnbrook - 4 cases

Wootton & Stewartby - 20 cases

Wyboston, Great Barford & Cople - 9 cases

You can check your postcode for Covid-19 cases here https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/