A second new case of coronavirus has been recorded on the Isle of Wight this week.

It brings the total number of confirmed cases here, since the pandemic started, to 423.

The latest was recorded on Tuesday July 28, but has only just been added to the Government's chart.

It follows a case recorded on Monday July 27, which has been the first in weeks according to the official figures.

Read more: New Isle of Wight coronavirus case recorded on July 27

On Tuesday, the Isle of Wight County Press reported a new death - in a care home on the Island.

That brings the total number of people who have died from the virus to 83, across care homes, the hospital, the community and the hospice.

The government has this week confirmed that anyone with symptoms of Covid-19 should isolate for ten days, rather than seven, to minimise the risk of infecting others.

Read more: Coronavirus: Isolate for ten days not seven says government

Earlier this week, the first animal in the UK to have the virus was reported, with a cat having caught it from its owner.

Coronavirus: Pet cat is first animal in UK to have confirmed case