ANOTHER Bracknell resident has tested positive for the coronavirus bringing the total number to two.
New government data from Public Health England shows the number of cases in Bracknell Forest is now two as of today (Sunday, March 8).
The data shows the numbers broken down by authority with Bracknell Forest having two patients positive for Covid-19.
Wokingham Borough also has another patient test positive, bringing the numbers up to two.
The information is being published on a weekly basis and breakdowns the information by council authority.
On Thursday, March 6, the first Bracknell resident tested positive for the coronavirus.
A teacher from Willow Bank Junior and Infant School in Woodley, Wokingham also tested positive for the coronavirus.
The infant school remains shut until Wednesday for deep cleaning, however the junior school reopened last week.
On Thursday, March 5, a woman in her 70s died died at the Royal Berkshire Hospital following a diagnosis of coronavirus.
Reading saw the first UK coronavirus related death.
There are no confirmed cases in Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, despite LVS Ascot school having to close for temporary cleaning after pupils and staff had returned from their ski trip in North Italy.
Public Health England figures show as of 9am yesterday, 206 people have tested positive for the coronavirus (Covid-19).
A total of 30 patients have the coronavirus in the south east and 14 people are awaiting test results.