The number of people in England testing positive for coronavirus may be levelling off, according to a household survey by the Office for National Statistics.
After a low in cases at the end of June, it estimated infections had been rising slightly in July.
Restrictions have been introduced in recent weeks in a number of different areas to control outbreaks.
The figures are based on throat and nose swabs from nearly 120,000 people.
Individuals in hospitals and care homes are not included in the ONS survey, which has been estimating cases in private households since May.
Figures for Wales have been included for the first time – and during the week of 27 July to 2 August, 1,400 people are estimated to have had Covid-19.
In England, the figure is 28,300 for the same week.