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 this morning (May 16), which is a rise of four cases over the past 24 hours.
North Somerset recorded a jump of three cases from 335 to 338.
This is a small increase for North Somerset in comparison to between Tuesday and Wednesday when case numbers rose by 11.
There are now 227 confirmed coronavirus cases in Bath and North East Somerset, which is slightly up from 226 recorded yesterday.
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South Gloucestershire’s figures have increased from 395 to 396.
Across the UK there have been a further 3,451 cases recorded in today’s statistics, bringing the total number to 240,161.
This figure only includes lab-confirmed tests and does not account for people with coronavirus symptoms who have not been officially diagnosed.
It covers the 24-hour period up until 9am this morning.
There were 468 more coronavirus-related deaths within that period, so the UK death toll now stands at 34,466.