Here are the latest updates from the weekend:

• New restrictions in Middlesbrough and Hartlepool came into effect over the weekend, meaning most of the North-East now has additional restrictions in place.

Darlington, Stockton and Redcar and Cleveland are the only areas without a local lockdown in place, with residents told instead to abide by, “the rule of six”. Elsewhere, different households cannot mix indoors unless in a support or childcare bubble or if there is an exemption.

• US President Donald Trump is still being treated in hospital for the coronavirus. He was taken to the Walter Reed National Military Medical Centre after exhibiting “mild” symptoms on Thursday. He is said to be in “exceptionally good spirits” and is said to be itching to get back to the White House, but may remain in hospital for some days.

• Pupils in year seven and eight at Woodham Academy have been told to self-isolate until October 16. Meanwhile pupils in schools run by Outwood Grange Academy Trust in Middlesbrough and Marske have told pupils they must wear face masks in communal areas from today. They will not have to wear them in the classroom or while sitting down in the dining hall.

• Pub landlords in Crook, in County Durham town are to take to the streets to try to save their businesses and livelihoods from what they see as another "nail in the coffin". They are airing their frustrations at the way they think the pub and hospitality industry has been treated during and after the national and local Covid lockdowns.

• A further 1,047 people have tested positive for Covid in the North-East and North Yorkshire. A further people 49 have also died in the UK within 28 days of a positive test for the coronavirus, bringing the total number of confirmed deaths reported by the government to 42,317 from October 2. A further three deaths were recorded at South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust.

• The spike in positive test results was put down in part to a fault in the recording of results in recent days, with a number of missed results in previous round-ups added en-masse to the daily figure.

• Boris Johnson acknowledged local anger about apparently contradictory restrictions to prevent the spread of coronavirus amid criticism from Labour over the track and trace system and setting out clear criteria for the way out of the crisis. But the Prime Minister said restrictions could still be in place for months to come.