EVERY area in Bolton has now reported coronavirus cases.

Horwich North was the last part of the borough that could claim to be virus free, after cases were confirmed in the other 34 neighbourhoods on Thursday.

Now, new data has revealed three new cases in the neighbourhood, meaning that all parts of Bolton have now seen coronavirus infections.

The figures were released by Public Health England, and detail each confirmed case of covid-19 for people tested between September 2 and September 8 by Middle Super Output Area, geographical areas of around 7,200 people.

Latest data has now revealed all of Bolton's 35 areas have reported three or more infections of the virus during that time.

In the week up to August 20, most of Farnworth, Horwich, and Westhoughton appeared without new cases, with Little Lever’s six new infections securing the area as the borough’s hotspot for transmission.

The week after, ending August 27, just 16 of the areas had reported infections, with Rumworth North and Breightmet South and Darcy Lever topping the table with eight new infections.

Now, Kearsley and Stoneclough has taken the top spot, after the neighbourhood reported 33 new infections in a single week.

Little Lever reported the second highest number of new cases, with 28 positive tests, whilst Lever Edge was 26 new cases.

Highfield and New Bury saw 25 residents test positive, whilst 23 people in Rumworth South contracted the virus, along with 22 people in Tonge.

At the other end of the scale, Horwich North reported just three new cases during this time, whilst Bromley Cross and Bradshaw recorded four positive results.

Horwich East reported five new infections, and Westhoughton West and Blackrod and Butterwick Fields both reported seven.