Residents living in Canberra's north are more likely to have been tested for COVID-19 than their counterparts south of Lake Burley Griffin.
New figures have revealed the number of people in each Canberra suburb who have been tested for coronavirus.
The data from ACT Health showed the Gungahlin suburb of Moncrieff had 128 tests carried out per 1000 people, based on the most recent government population projections. That's if Hall, with a very small population, is excluded.
The Belconnen suburb of Lawson was second on the list with a rate of 100 tests per 1000 people.
The data only takes in the number of tests recorded by suburb and does not state whether one resident in that suburb had been tested multiple times.
The ACT Health figures show more than 26,000 tests were carried out across Canberra up to June 29 and the territory's entire rate of testing was at 60 tests per 1000 people.
Those living in Civic had the lowest testing rate out of any Canberra suburb with just 17 people per 1000 residents being tested. The next lowest was Acton with a rate of 32.
As the largest suburb in Canberra, Kambah residents have carried out the most tests with almost 1000 individual tests recorded for the area.
The suburb is only just above the territory's average testing rate, with a testing rate of 61.
Since coronavirus testing began in the ACT, more than 34,000 tests have been carried out.
Of those 113 have been confirmed to have COVID-19. Three of them have died from the virus.
While no data has been provided on the number of confirmed cases by suburb, health figures show Tuggeranong has the most number of confirmed cases with 23, followed by Gungahlin with 18.