THE impact the third lockdown has had on the borough is shown in a stark map which show how the picture changed in the space of a month.

Maps comparing the current situation with that from four weeks ago shows how the Covid infection rate has fallen across Slough.

On the maps, lighter, green colours show low infection rates (the number of positive cases per 100,000 people), darker blues show higher rates and purple show the highest rates.

Greens show a rate of below 99 infections per C100,000 people, light blue is 100-199, dark blue 200-399 and purple shows a rate of 400 and higher.

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We've put together a series of before and after showing the picture in Slough.

The map, which compares the rates in the week leading to January 16 (left), with the week leading to February 13, (right) shows how cases have fallen.

Here's how the picture has changed in each part of the Slough.

Slide the white bar along to reveal the before and after in your area.

In Central Slough & Upton Court, new cases have fallen by over half with 28 testing positive for Covid in the seven days to February 13 in comparison to 106.

The infection rate is now 243.5 cases per 100,000 people - four weeks ago, the rolling rate stood at 921.7 showing a massive decrease in new infections.

See the government map here to find out the covid rate in you area