THE number of people who have tested positive for coronavirus at the University of Reading has been revealed.

The University of Reading's website has a Covid-19 dashboard which provides information on the number of positive Covid-19 test results reported to the university.

READ ALSO: University of Reading: Police called to gatherings as vice chancellor warns students about 'unacceptable' behaviour.

The page is updated with the latest data each weekday morning.

Figures from Tuesday, October 13, show that there were five new daily cases at the university.

This is the number of new Covid-19 positive test results reported to the university from students and staff in the previous 24 hours.

The weekly cases is a seven-day rolling total of reported cases which gives an indication of the number of current 'live' cases.

READ ALSO: Reading coronavirus: Google mobility data shows town in lockdown.

The latest figures said there are 24 weekly cases.

The university has a total of 37 cases which is a running total of positive cases reported to the university by staff and students during the 20/21 academic year which began on September 28.

This includes cases that are no longer 'live'.

The website also details what happens when a student or staff member tests positive and support and advice available for students who are self-isolating.