There have been new coronavirus cases detected in Bristol and the surrounding area, according to the latest figures released by the Government.
Four more people have tested positive for coronavirus in Bristol, the latest daily data set has shown.
The city’s total number of cases now stands at 686 as of 9am on Saturday morning (May 16), which is a rise of four cases over the past 24 hours. In North Somerset there were three more people who tested positive, and one more in Bath and North East Somerset.
Meanwhile, people in Bristol are able to enjoy slightly more relaxed lockdown rules – you can drive somewhere for your exercise now, and meet one other person in a park – but in Wales the situation is still as tight as last week.
Police in Wales are patrolling the beaches, and found some daytrippers from Bristol who had crossed the bridge. You can read more about that here.
And on the Downs in Clifton, a tree has been decorated with hundreds of ribbons, as a symbol of hope in the coronavirus pandemic – read more on that here.
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