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Public health officials have warned of "worrying signs" of infection among the elderly, as an official measure indicated the UK's epidemic is growing again.
The R number was raised to between 1 and 1.2 for the first time since March.
Any number above one indicates the number of infections is increasing.
The number of new daily confirmed UK cases of the virus rose to 3,539 on Friday - an increase of more than 600 on the previous day.
The virus is still at much lower levels across the UK than at the peak in April, but a study of thousands of people in England found cases doubling every seven to eight days.
It found a marked rise in infections in the north and among young people.
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