Interactive map shows positive Isle of Wight Coronavirus tests by area

You can enter your postcode or just zoom into the Isle of Wight to see the areas where positive Covid-19 tests have been confirmed in the last seven days

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The Government have updated their interactive Coronavirus map showing the Isle of Wight areas where positive tests have been confirmed in the last seven days.

The interactive map now allows you to click on a highlighted area to see how many positive tests have been confirmed. Areas where there are fewer than three cases in a seven-day period aren’t highlighted.

Latest figures
As of 2pm on Monday 19th October the cumulative number of positive Covid-19 tests on the Isle of Wight was 533.

That’s up by 27 since the previous Monday.

See the interactive map
Head over to the Government Website to see the interactive map. You can enter your postcode or just zoom into the Island to see the areas where positive tests have been confirmed in the last seven days.

Image: Mufid Majnun under CC BY 2.0

Monday, 19th October, 2020 2:28pm

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9 Comments on "Interactive map shows positive Isle of Wight Coronavirus tests by area"

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Dalek

Very interesting. My part of the Island has been “suppressed.”

chartman

That means there have been less than 3 cases.

jon101

Cranium Helmet you will find your intelligence was suppressed from the very beginning.

Dalek

How’s the tinfoil hat business going? Still peddling your deluded nonsense I see.

jon101

from a professor, do you know what a professor is ?

Mark L Francis

I am not sure. In my day we had 2 professors in the law department & A professor of Criminology. Now everyone seems to be a professor, just as everywhere has a University. Its getting to be like Hogwarts. And I don’t think anyone actually knows what a Professor Emeritus” even does (probably including themselves. Then of course thwere was Professor Yaffle on Bagpuss…

lauque

A title by itself is no guarantee of credibility. President Donald Trump and Dr Harold Shipman spring to mind.

jon101

this is a good watch by a Professor Emeritus in the field of Immunology Pierre Capel, including a low-down of the PCR test.
on the main vid upload site= ‘watch?v=w98vz6-EjU0’