The number of Salisbury District Hospital patients suffering from coronavirus has risen slightly in the past week.

As of 8.15am on Monday November 23, 13 patients currently cared for at the city's hospital have tested positive for Covid-19.

It's an increase of two compared to this time last week.

The number of patients at the Salisbury hospital who have died after contracting coronavirus since the start of the pandemic remains 60.

The increase in cases has remained steady throughout the second lockdown, which PM Boris Johnson confirmed last night will end on December 2.

From December 3, the country will go back to a tier system.

It is not yet known which areas will be placed in which tier. More details on this will be revealed on Thursday.

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As of 4pm on Monday, 54 people tested positive for coronavirus in the latest 24-hour period, bringing the total number of infections in Wiltshire since the pandemic began to 4,673.

In the seven days to November 18, 674 new cases were recorded across the county - a rate of 134.8 per 100,000.