Another new case of coronavirus has been recorded on the Isle of Wight, as the UK-wide figures also rise.

There have now been 444 confirmed cases of Covid-19 on the Island altogether, with more cases so far in September than in the whole of August.

Across the UK yesterday (Sunday), 3,330 confirmed cases were recorded.

Nationally, doctors completing a survey say they fear a second Covid-19 peak is very likely.

Read more: Thousands of doctors say second Covid peak is very likely

Meanwhile, a primary school and a nursery on the Isle of Wight are taking precautions after positive tests were recorded, with families being advised to self-isolate for 14 days.

New rules are in force from today, limiting the number of people who can gather in groups, except in specific circumstances.

Read more: Government ban on groups of more than six comes into effect today