There have been more than a hundred more coronavirus cases in Bracknell than previously thought, after new data was revealed yesterday.

The number of Covid-19 cases in Bracknell has gone up from 263 last week to 374 this week, after public testing figures were finally included.

Just two cases have been found in the last week, on June 26 and June 27, but 108 additional historic cases have been added to the Public Health England data.

The new figures, released yesterday (July 2), now include hospitals, care homes and the community, after previously only including testing in hospitals.

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In Wokingham, there are now 471 cases, an increase of more than a hundred compared to last week.

The data was released after criticism that local authorities and businesses could not accurately predict a potential spike in cases.

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The case counts include patients who are currently unwell, have recovered and those that have died.