Breakdown of Milton Keynes areas where Covid-19 cases are falling fastest in the last week

Figures from Public Health England show a week's worth of coronavirus cases in Milton Keynes up to February 24.

Tuesday, 2nd March 2021, 4:15 pm

Coronavirus new case numbers have declined dramatically in the last few days to the lowest it has been in nearly five months in Milton Keynes

Here's a breakdown of how case numbers vary across every section of Milton Keynes.

Bletchley East

A breakdown of Coronavirus cases in Milton Keynes by region

+17 new cases

Bletchley North West

+8 new cases

Bletchley South

+21 new cases

Bletchley West

+9 new cases

Bow Brickhill & Woburn Sands

+16 new cases

Bradwell Common

+ 6 new cases

Bradwell Village

+4 new cases

Broughton, Middleton & Kents Hill

+20 new cases

Central Milton Keynes & Newlands

+22 new cases


+13 new cases

Eaglestone & Fishermead

+10 new cases

Far Bletchley

+12 new cases


+5 new cases

Hanslope, Castlethorpe & Sherington

+8 new cases

Linford Wood

+6 new cases


There were fewer than 3 cases. For smaller areas (eg MSOAs) with fewer than 3 cases, the government do not show data. This is to protect individuals' identities.

Newport Pagnell North

+6 new cases

Newport Pagnell South

+5 new cases

Newton Longville & Great Horwood

Another area where there were fewer than 3 cases.

Oldbrook & Coffee Hall

+7 new cases

Shenley Wood & Grange Farm

+19 new cases

Stony Stratford & Old Wolverton

Another area where there were fewer than 3 cases.

Stantonbury & Bradville

+6 new cases

Tattenhoe & Emerson Valley

+19 new cases

Two Mile Ash

+10 new cases

Westcroft & Shenley Brook End

+10 new cases

Willen & Downhead Park

+6 new cases

Woughton & Woolstone

+15 new cases