A total of 590 people have tested positive for coronavirus in the UK - jumping from 456 on Wednesday.

In the latest update by the Department of Health, as of 9am on March 12 - 29,764 people have been tested.

What is the breakdown across the England?

The number of cases has not yet been revealed, but will be updated on the Government's Covid-19 dashboard.

What is the latest in Scotland?

The number of cases of coronavirus in Scotland has risen to 60, up from 36 on Wednesday.

The Scottish Government said latest daily figures showed that 2,892 tests have been carried out so far, with 2,832 tests confirmed negative.

There are 11 confirmed cases in the Lothian area and ten in Greater Glasgow and Clyde, with seven each in Grampian and Lanarkshire.

Six cases have been confirmed in Shetland, six in Forth Valley, four each in Tayside and Ayrshire and Arran, with three cases in Fife and two in the Borders.

Meanwhile, two more patients have died in UK hospitals after testing positive for coronavirus, taking the total to 10, NHS England said.