Another four cases of coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Oxford.

The Public Health England figures show, as of 9am, the city has 1,108 cases.

A further 16 cases were recorded during the same period across Oxfordshire.

Across the UK, a further 4,422 positive tests were recorded.

Data released on Friday by the Government Office for Science and the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage) shows the estimate for R is between 1.1 and 1.4.

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The higher R is above one, the faster the epidemic is growing.

A further 27 people were announced to have died within 28 days of a positive test.

It takes the UK's official death toll to 41,759.

There are currently 1,081 people in hospital with the virus, with 138 in serious enough condition to need to be on ventilation.

In the South East, there are 70 patients and four on ventilation.

Globally, there have now been more than 30.5 million cases confirmed and more than 953,000 deaths.