HERE are the latest figures for coronavirus cases in Halesowen and surrounding areas.

Most areas recorded fewer than 3 cases, which is good news.

Hawne recorded 4 cases, up 2 from the previous week and Old Hill recorded 5, which again is up 2 from the previous week.

The latest data published on the Government website GOV.UK shows how many cases have been recorded in the seven days up to April 29 – the latest data available.

The figures are available on the interactive map which breaks down infections into areas with a population of around 7,200 called Super Middle Output Areas (MSOAs).

For each MSOA, the map shows the number of cases in the past week, increases or decreases compared to the week before and the rate of cases per 100,000 people.

In areas with fewer than 3 cases data is not shown to protect individuals' identities.

The figures for local areas are as follows:

Halesowen Town - fewer than 3 cases

Halesowen East - fewer than 3 cases

Hayley Green - fewer than 3 cases

Hawne - 4 cases (up 2), rate of 50.2

Shell Corner and Hurst Green - fewer than 3 cases

Cradley Heath - fewer than 3 cases

Old Hill - 5 cases (up 2) rate 48

Blackheath - fewer than 3 cases

Oldbury and Rood End - 3 cases (down 3), rate 36.9

Rowley East - fewer than 3 cases

Rowley West - fewer than 3 cases

Put your postcode into the online tool to find out how many new cases have been recorded in your area at