Just two clusters of new Covid-19 cases now remain in Cornwall.

It's in a week that saw weekly cases fall to their lowest number all year.

Across the seven days leading up to April 12 there were 44 new cases recorded - 13 fewer than the weekly total last Saturday and a fall of 22.8%.

The most recent five days are not shown due to incomplete data.

It represents a rolling rate of just 7.7 cases per 100,000 people.

These are now the lowest figures this week, however. On Thursday the rate was just 6.8 cases per 100,000, following a weekly figure of only 39 cases in the seven days to April 10.


The two areas of Cornwall still showing three new cases - the lowest amount needed to bring the cluster back on to the map - are Crowan, Wendron & Stithians (3 cases, up one) and St Breward, Tredethy & Lanivet (3 cases, up one).

Both are new from a week ago, although Crowan, Wendron & Stithians was featured on Wednesday's midweek map, with the same number of cases.

Falmouth Packet:

No longer showing from last Saturday are: West Penwith & St Buryan, Hayle, Camborne South, Newquay East, Liskeard, Launceston.

Also dropping off since Wednesday is Wadebridge.

The map only shows clusters when there are at least three confirmed results, with anywhere between zero and two cases showing white in order to "protect the privacy of individuals and prevent disclosure."

Falmouth Packet:

In all instances over the past week it is only small fluctuations that have caused areas to reappear back on the map.

The map shows positive cases by 'Middle Super Output Area' - the name the government gives to the break-up of larger towns and groups of neighbouring towns and villages, with groupings covering a greater area than others.

The minimum population in each area is 5,000 and the average is 7,200.