An average of 33,000 people in England had coronavirus at any give time between 25 May and 7 June, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has estimated.
Between those two dates, 0.06% of people in the community – outside hospitals and care homes – are thought to have had the virus in the country.
Previous figures from the ONS’s infection study, published last week, estimated 53,000 people in England had COVID-19 any one time between 17-30 May on average.
“Modelling of the trend over time shows evidence that the number of people in England testing positive has decreased,” the ONS said.
Updates to follow.
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