The number of cases of coronavirus in Hampshire has increased by 36 in 24 hours.

This brings the total amount of Covid-19 cases to 207 in the region.

Hampshire still has the highest amount of cases outside of London. 

On Monday, it was confirmed that 171 patients in Hampshire had tested positive, the highest of any area in the country.

It comes as NHS England announced today that a further 83 people from England who tested positive for the disease had died in the last 24 hours, bringing the death toll to 386 in England and 422 across the UK.

And two people died at Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital last week.

Hundreds more coronavirus cases have been confirmed, after the government instructed people to stay at home last night.

There have been 1,427 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the UK in the last 24 hours, bringing the total to 8,077.

The government announced last night that they were imposing strict new lockdown messages to stop the spread of the virus.

People are now only allowed to leave their houses for a few reasons, including shopping for necessities, one form of excerise a day, looking after vulnerable people and travel to and from work where working from home is not possible.