There continues to be a “significant” spread of coronavirus in Hertfordshire, but some neighbourhoods are more affected than others.

We've created a table showing the latest number of cases in your ward, town, or village, using data provided by the government.

The table shows which areas are currently experiencing the most number of cases but also indicates where infections are dropping.

Figures for the week ending October 25 show the wards with the most active cases are Bushey North in Hertsmere with 29 cases, and Holywell in Watford – also with 29 cases.

Other areas with notably higher figures include Potters Bar Oakmere (19 cases) Nash Mills & Bennetts End (19), and Leggatts in North Watford with 18 cases.

By clumping some of the data together, collectively cases are also higher or rising in places like Harpenden, Bushey, Potters Bar, and North Watford.

Three Rivers district and St Albans have both experienced slight dips in the number of cases – in Three Rivers, cases are down in Rickmansworth, Oxhey Hall, and Croxley Green.

Scroll through the full table of 80 wards in Watford, St Albans, Hertsmere, Three Rivers, and Dacorum to see what the situation is like in your area right now.

You can use the search box to see a specific district or town.

The overall rise in cases in Hertfordshire comes as Prime Minister Boris Johnson reportedly “considers” throwing the whole of England into a second lockdown in a bid to slow the spread of the virus.

He is set to to hold a press conference with Professor Chris Whitty and Sir Patrick Vallance in Downing Street at 5pm today (Saturday), following a meeting of his Cabinet earlier in the afternoon.

Public health officials in Hertfordshire were already warning it is “only a matter of time” before the county falls into Tier 2 restrictions – but now residents could face even stricter rules.

Read more: Boris Johnson 'considers' national lockdown as expert warns 'coronavirus is running riot'

In Hertfordshire, figures published by NHS England show that coronavirus hospital admissions in the county have more than doubled in a month.

Read more: Coronavirus hospital admissions more than double in a month in Hertfordshire

And Hertfordshire County Council is also concerned about a rise in cases involving people aged between 60 and 79.

There has also been a steep rise in cases in people aged in their 40s and 50s in Hertfordshire, as the graph below shows.

Hertfordshire residents have been asked by director of public health for the county, Jim McManus “now more than ever” to “play their part” and continue washing their hands, cover their faces, give people space and self-isolate if they’re ill, or if they’re asked to by a nursery, school or college or by NHS Test & Trace.