Some postcodes in and around Watford are still seeing a rise in coronavirus cases despite rates dropping across Hertfordshire.

Government figures show cases are starting to come down steadily in districts during the second lockdown, but there are still some wards that are seeing rises during a seven-day period.

An interactive map produced by the government shows which wards these are and the infection rate in the seven days to November 25.

Where are cases rising?

In Watford, Woodside & Leavesden Green, Stanborough, Oxhey and Tudor wards have all seen an increase in coronavirus cases.

Infection rates rose by 57.1 per cent in Woodside & Leavesden Green in the seven days to November to 25 compared to the previous week, while cases rose by 85.7 per cent in Stanborough and 80 per cent in Tudor.

The lowest rise in cases was in Oxhey, where infection rates increased by 28.6 per cent in the seven days to November 25.

Meanwhile in Three Rivers, there have been rises in cases in Chorleywood and Carpenders Park in a week.

Figures show cases rose by 80 per cent in Chorleywood in the seven days to November 25 compared to the previous week, while Carpenders Park saw an increase of 63.6 per cent.

There was also a rise in cases in Oxhey Hall and Hayling, with infection rates having increased by 69.2 per cent in a week.

In Hertsmere, data published today shows cases have also risen in Bushey Heath, Bushey Central and Bushey North.

Cases rose by 55.6 per cent in Bushey Heath in the seven days to November 25, although Bushey North and Central saw a smaller rise (18.2 per cent and 4.8 per cent).

Elstree and Aldenham also saw a rise in cases as well as Borehamwood Kenilworth.

Cases also rose in Kings Langley in the seven days to November 25 by 14.3 per cent compared to the previous seven days.

To see the map click here

Case Rates

While some wards have seen a rise in cases, districts in Hertfordshire have started to see rates go down during November.

Data shows areas are starting to drop to near 100 cases per 100,000 population, with some having dropped below that.

Dacorum and Welwyn Hatfield are the latest areas to drop below that mark, joining North Hertfordshire and Stevenage.

Below you can see what the current case rate is in your area.