Four more Covid-19 cases have been confirmed on the Isle of Wight, bringing the Island's total since March 2020 to 6,739.

Looking at the rate per 100,000 people, in the seven days to March 28 the Isle of Wight's average was 16.9.

New cases are remaining steady, but there has been a sharp drop in the number of people in hospital and those dying after testing positive for coronavirus.

The number of people testing themselves has risen significantly, with many secondary school children among those carrying out lateral flow tests (for those without symptoms) at home.

Less detailed information is expected to be released by the government over the Easter holiday weekend.

Earlier, Isle of Wight director of public health, Simon Bryant, urged Islanders to continue to follow the rules over Easter.

He said: "Meet other people outdoors by all means, but please keep to the rule of six, or two households, and keep social distancing."