Almost a quarter of coronavirus cases in the ACT are located in Tuggeranong, with men aged between 50-59 the group most affected.
A new data dashboard released by the ACT government breaks down the 103 official cases of the virus by gender, age, location and date contracted.
According to the data, Tuggeranong was the most affected Canberra region with 24 cases followed by 17 in South Canberra and 16 in Gungahlin.
The data relates to the normal home address of the person at the time of testing and may not be where the virus was contracted.
58 per cent of cases were men and 42 per cent were women. Men aged between 50 and 59 were the most impacted followed by men aged between 60 and 69 and men aged between 40 and 49.
78 per cent of cases have been acquired overseas with 15 per cent contracted from a confirmed ACT case and five per cent contracted interstate.
Three cases are still under investigation. Health officials said on Friday there was no evidence of community transmission in the ACT.
Of the 103 total cases 59 people and have recovered and two people have died.
March 22 the ACT recorded its highest daily tally of 11 cases, and the curve has gradually flattened over the past three weeks with zero cases recorded on April 5 and three cases recorded on April 10.
The data will be updated every day and feedback is welcomed.
Confirmed COVID-19 cases by Canberra area:
- Tuggeranong: 24
- South Canberra: 17
- Gungahlin: 16
- Belconnen: 13
- North Canberra: 12
- Woden Valley: 11
- Weston Creek: 7
- Canberra East: 5
- Molonglo: 5
- Uriarra-Namadgi: 5
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