THURSDAY'S NHS England figures have confirmed that coronavirus-related deaths in hospitals in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly have remained at 90.

The figure has been unchanged since June 2.

However, the NHS England figure only covers deaths in hospitals, with the overall total for Cornwall, including in care homes and the wider community, standing at 203 in the latest weekly Office for National Statistics update issued on Tuesday.

As of Wednesday night there had been 592 confirmed coronavirus cases in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, out of a local population of 571,802.

That was an increase of one on the previous day.

A week before there were 587 cases.

Public Health England's cumulative case counts include patients who are currently unwell, have recovered and those that have died.

In today's coronavirus news:

More calls were made to the NHS 111 service in Cornwall last month, new figures show.

But health think tank the Nuffield Trust says the data suggests pressure on the NHS is easing across England, despite the volume of calls remaining higher than usual.

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Up to 36 jobs could be lost at Newquay airport after it was decided that a major restructure was needed due to the loss of business caused by coronavirus.

Staff at Cornwall Airport Newquay were informed of the news on Wednesday.

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Schools up and down Cornwall have had to find a new way of working since the coronavirus pandemic - but when you have almost 500 pupils on the register, how to safely reopen is a lesson in itself.

For Parc Eglos School in Helston the 'new normal' looks very different to the classrooms of pre-Easter.

Read the full story here.