But across England it’s the older age groups that still have the highest infection rates after weeks of lockdown, according to Government figures. In the seven days to 10 February, the age band with the most cases per 100,000 people was 90 and overs, at 310.9. Care home residents are being tested monthly which could push the rate up compared to those not being screened regularly. But in Calderdale, this was not the case. Here are the 12 age groups in the borough that had the highest infection rates in the seven days to February 13.
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