Of the 148 Covid-19 cases in the community, almost two thirds are aged under 29, while 104 are Pasifika, data from the Ministry of Health shows.
The ministry released detailed demographic data of the cases this evening.
It reveals most of the cases - 93 - are aged 29 or under. Forty-seven were in the 20-29 age bracket, 32 were aged 10-19 and 14 were aged 0-9. It was confirmed today that a baby aged under one is the youngest person in the latest Covid-19 outbreak.
Ten of the confirmed cases are aged 30-39, 13 aged 40-49, 19 aged 50-59, nine aged 60-69 and four aged 70 and over.
Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield said yesterday about 50 percent of the current cases were Pasifika, but the data reveals 104 of the 148 cases are Pasifika - or 70 percent.
Twenty-eight are European or other, 13 Asian and one Māori. Two ethnicities were listed as unknown.
When it comes to sex, the cases are split down the middle - with 74 female, 73 male and one unknown.