The number of new coronavirus cases recorded in the UK has fallen for the second day in a row.
A total of 5,693 people were registered as having tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday, compared to 6,042 on Saturday.
Cases had risen for five successive days up until Saturday, although there has previously been a lag in the number of new infections and deaths being recorded at weekends.
Various figures have said there is limited value in comparing the numbers with those being recorded during the peak months of April and May, when there was far less testing.
Imperial College researchers suggest there were more than 100,000 daily new infections at that point.