Cornwall's coronavirus map has seen a further change since midweek.

In Wednesday's update one new cluster had returned to the map after a week of being blank.

Clusters are only shown on the government's dashboard map when there are three or more new cases reported at any one time.

Anywhere with between zero and two cases shows white in order to "protect the privacy of individuals and prevent disclosure", the accompanying information states.

However, on Wednesday the Camelford & Tresmeer cluster was back visible, after cases doubled from two to four in the seven days leading up to May 21.

This has now changed again thought, and on Saturday's government dashboard update the cluster had dropped back off.

Falmouth Packet:

With cases remaining low still, it means only small fluctuations like this can cause areas to reappear and disappear relatively quickly.

It means all 72 of Cornwall's official cluster areas are whited out again. By remaining blank it indicates that, while there are still a small amount of new cases being reported each day, these are spread thinly across the Duchy - meaning that no one area has more than two new cases reported over the previous seven days.

Falmouth Packet:

The latest figures show that across the seven days leading up to May 24 there were 25 cases recorded.

The last five days are not shown, due to incomplete data.

This was five fewer than were reported across the preceding week, marking a 16.7% decrease.

The rolling rate of new cases now averages 4.4 cases per 100,000 people, compared to 5.2 cases per 100,000 people a week ago and 7.3 cases a fortnight ago.

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.