Two neighbourhoods in Oldham are recording the highest numbers of coronavirus cases in England.

Other hotspots in Greater Manchester can now be revealed thanks to an interactive map showing the number of positive Covid test results in each neighbourhood in England using data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

Alexandra Park in Oldham has the highest number of cases in the country, according to the map, recording 72 cases between Monday, August 3 and Sunday, August 9.

Neighbouring Werneth, to the south east of Oldham town centre, recorded 37 for the same week, higher than two of the hardest hit areas of Leicester and Halifax.

Meanwhile, the number of cases in Wigan remains the lowest in Greater Manchester.

Here are the hotspots for each borough in Greater Manchester, as revealed by the MSOA map.

Manchester

Fourteen people tested positive in Moss Side

Moss Side West recorded the highest number of new cases in the city for the week ending August 9 with 14 people testing positive for Covid.

Burnage South had the second highest number of cases with 12 positive test results, while Crumpsall South had 10.

New Islington and Miles Platting recorded nine cases, while Belle Vue and West Gorton also recorded nine.

Salford

Broad Street in Salford

Cromwell Road and Broad Street had the highest number of cases in Salford with nine positive test results.

Higher broughton had nine and Strangeways have four.

Oldham

Oldham residents have been warned to comply with lockdown as cases continue to rise

Oldham continues to record some of the highest Covid figures in the country.

Alexandra Park recorded the highest number of cases in England for the week ending August 9, while neighbouring Werneth had 37 positive test results.

Rochdale

Rochdale town centre

Some neighbourhoods in Rochdale are reporting higher Covid numbers compared to other parts of Greater Manchester.

Wardleworth and Newbold Brow had 24 positive test results, the highest number in the borough that week.

Another hotspot Deeplish recorded 17 cases while Central Rochdale and Mandale Park had 10.

Bury

Parts of Bury have some of the lowest Covid numbers in the region

This northern borough's Covid count remains relatively low compared to neighbouring towns like Oldham and Rochdale.

Neighbourhoods 'Fernhill and Pimhole' and 'Walmersley and Limefield' recorded five new cases respectively, the highest numbers in the borough.

Bolton

Hotspots Springfield and Great Lever recorded 12 new cases in the week ending Sunday, August 9.

Daubhill and Fernhill Gate had six new cases, as did Rumworth South.

Elsewhere figures tended to remain below five.

Wigan

Wigan continues to have the lowest number of coronavirus cases in Greater Manchester.

Only Leigh recorded three new cases for the week ending August 9, with no other hotspots across the borough.

Trafford

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There were five new cases in Gorse Hill

Parts of Trafford did report a rise in the number of Covid cases at the end of July.

However, recent data shows that the of positive test results across the borough remain relatively low.

Gorse Hill recorded five cases the week ending Sunday, August 9 while Lostock and Stretford Meadows recorded four.

Four people in Sale North also tested positive for the virus.

Stockport

Stockport is among the boroughs with lower numbers of Covid cases, according to the MSOA map.

Five people tested positive for Covid in Woodbank Park while Cheadle Heath also recorded five, the highest of all neighbourhoods in the borough.

Tameside

Ashton town centre

Ashton Waterloo is Tameside's Covid hotspot with 16 new cases in the week ending Sunday, August 9.

Seven people tested positive in Ashton Central, the second highest figure in the borough.

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