The latest figures from the Government show that there is a fourth confirmed case of Coronavirus (Covid10) on the Isle of Wight.
Seventeen days since the first patient testing positive for Covid19 was confirmed and ten days since the second (which was later reallocated to another local authority), and a week since the third case.
There are a total of 8,077 confirmed cases in the UK and the Isle of Wight is still the third lowest in the country, sitting just above Blackburn and Kingston Upon Hull.
Anecdotally, on social media, many Islanders have reported self-isolating with symptoms of the virus, but only those needing hospital treatment are being tested at present.
A breakdown of national figures can be found on the Covid-19 Dashboard.
The Health Minister said that this would change in the near future and more testing would be carried out in the community.
Last night, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a strict lockdown for the nation.
Government Covid-19 guidance: Stay alert and stay safe
Wash your hands thoroughly and frequently (video tips).
It is recommended that you maintain at least a two metre gap (about 6.5ft) from people who are not from your household.
Use the NHS 111 online coronavirus service that can tell if you need medical help and advise you what to do.