CORONAVIRUS has affected all ages in Bracknell Forest as latest data reveals young and old have been diagnosed with the disease during the pandemic.

Figures up to Friday, November 13 indicate 20 under fours tested positive for COVID-19 since March.

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At the other end of the age spectrum, 43 residents aged 90 or older were hit by the virus.

The age group with the highest tally is the 25-29 year-old range, which has so far recorded 122 cases.

Statistics published by Public Health England show coronavirus cases in Bracknell Forest have been recorded in every five-year age group between 0 and 90+, since the beginning of the pandemic in March until October 23.

Latest data up to Wednesday, November 18 indicates 1,272 cases have been recorded in the borough since March.

Here’s a breakdown of how different age groups have been affected by the virus.

Children and teenagers

As mentioned above, 20 children aged up to four years old have tested positive for the virus so far.

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Data for the 5-9 shows 14 youngsters in this age bracket were hit by covid-19.

Another 22 10-14-year-olds have tested positive for the virus since March, with another 80 15-19 year-olds also being diagnosed in the past eight months.

Adults under 60

As expected, figures increase quite dramatically in the ‘working age’ group.

More than 100 20-24-year-olds have been diagnosed with the virus, but this is not the largest group.

With 22 cases so far, 25-29-year-olds have racked up the most cases in the borough so far.

35-39 year-olds come close with 119 cases up to November 13.

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There is a drop-off in the over 40s, however.

The next largest group is the 55-59-year-old cluster, with 97 cases.

The most vulnerable 60+

Cases are relatively low in the over 60s compared to the working-age group.

Infections dip to as low as 31 in the 75-79-year-old age group, but then rise again to 54 in the 85-89 cluster.

As mentioned above, over 90s have recorded 43 cases since March.

The day with the most cases

The figures are recorded by specimen date, which means the date the sample was taken from the person tested.

The date when there were the most positive samples so far is October 26 — with 32 confirmed cases across a wide range of age groups.

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