The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Bristol has continued to rise, latest figures published by the Government show.
This comes as people in the city have been told they must “act now” to prevent a local coronavirus lockdown.
Bristol City Council shared a video on social media forum Nextdoor on Friday, July 17, giving residents instructions to help avoid tougher restrictions coming back in.
The South West’s coronavirus growth rate rose last week.
In Bristol, three further cases have been confirmed since Bristol Live last reported figures on Thursday, (July 16) bringing the city’s total to 1,300.
Nationally, 726 positive lab tests were recorded on Sunday, bringing the UK’s total to 294,792.
Bath and North East Somerset’s total has also increased by three from 338 to 341.
No deaths have been reported at either of Bristol’s hospital trusts over the past few days.
The University Hospitals Bristol and Weston (UHBW) trust, which runs both the Bristol Royal Infirmary and Weston General Hospital, has reported 151 coronavirus patients have died during the pandemic.
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North Bristol Trust, which runs Southmead Hospital, has recorded 119 patient deaths since the start of the pandemic, the most recent of which was on June 22.
Nationally, 45,300 deaths have been recorded following a daily rise of 27.