All MSOAs (super mid-layer exit areas) in the county have a coronavirus cluster, which means there were new positive cases in every part of Cornwall between December 29 and January 4, according to the latest data.
All but four of these regions have double-digit figures, with the highest number of new positive cases recorded in East Newquay, where there are 73 cases in the cluster.
Newquay East has a case rate of 732.5 per 100,000 population.
Second is Newquay West, which has 72 new positive cases in its cluster, and a much higher case rate per 100,000 population – at 972.6.
St Columb Minor & Porth has the fourth highest number of cases, with 68 new positive cases registered in the cluster. St Columb Minor & Porth has a case rate per 100.00 population of 774.
The four areas around the county with single digit cluster numbers are Gunnislake & Calstock, Kingsand, Antony & Maryfield, Looe & Polperro, and St Just & Land’s End.
Today’s MSOA data comes as two more confirmed Covid-19 deaths have been reported in hospitals in Cornwall, bringing the total number of coronavirus deaths in county hospitals since the start of the pandemic to 116.
Nationally, another 625 people who tested positive for the coronavirus have died in hospital in England, bringing the total number of confirmed deaths reported in hospitals to 55,072, NHS England said on Saturday.
The deaths took place between November 15 and January 8.
There have been 41 other deaths reported without a positive Covid-19 test result.
Scroll down to see the full MSOA data for Cornwall.
The number in the first column represents the number of new positive Covid-19 cases from December 29 to January 4, while the number in the far right column represents the rate of cases per 100,000 population for those same dates.