The number of Government-confirmed coronavirus cases in South West London has risen to 87.

Released daily by the Government and Public Health England, the latest Covid-19 statistics, accurate as of 9am on Tuesday, March 17, show there are now 1,950 cases in the UK, with 621 in London.

There have been 65 recorded deaths, three of which have occured at Epsom and St Helier hospitals with another taking place at St George's Hospital.

Borough by borough, Lambeth has the most cases in South West London with 43, more than 20 ahead of the next largest in Wandsworth at 21.

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Merton has 13 confirmed cases of Covid-19, Sutton has reported 10, Croydon has 6, Richmond has 3 and Kingston has just the 1.

Elsewhere in the capital, the worst hit boroughs are Southwark and Westminster, both with 58 cases each.

Public Health England are not disclosing specific details about individual cases.

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to take its toll on venues, businesses and shops across the UK, the Government yesterday announced a £330 billion package of loans to help support the economy.