ELEVEN positive coronavirus cases have been reported in Hampshire over the latest 24-hour period.

Data released by the government shows that between 4pm on Saturday, September 19, and 4pm on Sunday, September 20, only four people tested positive in the Southampton city council area.

The four new cases in the Southampton area take the city's total to 1,081 - an infection rate of 428.1.

The eleven new cases identified across Hampshire as a whole take the county's total to 5,722 - an infection rate of 413.9.

In the New Forest, just one person tested positive in the latest 24 hour period, meaning there have been 568 cases in the district since the start of the pandemic, with a rate of 315.4.

Health secretary Matt Hancock has warned of a "tipping point" as he fails to rule out a second national lockdown in the UK if people don't follows the rules.