Parts of Gloucestershire have high infection rates above the national average, with Dursley having a rate of 274.5 cases per 100,000 population.
Infection rates are calculated per 100,000 people in the seven days to November 14, the latest data available.
Lydbrook, Newland and St Briavels have the lowest infection rate.
The true number of infections in the week has been suppressed by the government to protect individual privacy, meaning the number of infections in the week was three or less.
Lowest infection rates in Gloucestershire, according to latest government data from November 14
Hatherley – 9 cases and rate of 98.9
Painswick, Bisley and Eastcombe – 6 cases and rate of 90.9
Mitcheldean, Drybrook and Ruardean – 7 cases and rate of 86.9
Hucclecote – 6 cases and rate of 81.4
Tidenham and Woolaston – 6 cases and rate of 80.7
Stonehouse – 6 cases and rate of 74.7
Elmbridge – 4 cases and rate of 69.6
Cinderford – 9 cases and rate of 68.7
Cirencester Central – 4 cases and rate of 61.1
Wotton-under-Edge and Kingswood – 4 cases and rate of 45.1
Lydbrook, Newland and St Briavels – data suppressed