The number of coronavirus cases in the UK has reached 206 – a rise of 43 since figures were released on Friday.
As of Saturday morning, 21,460 had been tested for the virus, the Department of Health and Social Care said.
It comes as England’s deputy chief medical officer said the UK remained in the outbreak’s “containment” phase.
Jennie Harries told the BBC a decision about the next phase of delaying the spread of the virus would depend on how fast the number of cases rose.
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