No further Covid restrictions will be announced in England on Monday. BBC News has more.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is being briefed on the latest Covid data during the afternoon, after two days without published figures.
Ministers are expected to continue regular meetings with scientists, and keep the data under review.
Meanwhile, Scotland and Northern Ireland have tightened rules for a second day.
In both nations hospitality venues have returned to table service only and social distancing has been reintroduced in several settings.
Nightclubs have also been closed in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.
BBC political correspondent Ione Wells said she understood there would be no new legal restrictions for England on Monday but said that did not rule out more guidance, or stronger language urging people to be careful.
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Congrats to Ione Wells on getting the scoop. Let’s hope it’s accurate.
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