Prime Minister Boris Johnson says "no decision has been made" on whether to unlock England on June 21 despite the final verdict coming tomorrow (June 14).

Speculation suggests the government will delay England's 'freedom day' -- which would see all remaining coronavirus restrictions removed -- by four weeks.

But the Prime Minister refused to confirm if this was the case when questioned by press earlier today.

This came as new figures showed 65 people tested positive for Covid-19 in Berkshire in the last 24 hours.

Public Health England has recorded 65 new lab-confirmed cases in the past 24 hours, in areas including Reading, Bracknell, Wokingham, West Berkshire, Slough and Windsor and Maidenhead.

These figures, correct as of Sunday, June 13, at 4pm, bring the latest total for the county to 58,917.

The local breakdown for the past 24 hours as follows:

Bracknell Forest -11 cases, 7,393 total

Wokingham - 8 cases, 8,702 total

Reading - 21 cases, 11,491 total

West Berkshire - 10 cases, 6,653 total

Windsor and Maidenhead - 8 cases, 8,671 total

Slough - 7 cases, 16,007 total

A total of 4,565,813 in the UK have tested positive for Covid-19 over the course of the pandemic.

The latest seven-day rate per 100,000 people locally are as follows:

Bracknell Forest - 98.7

Wokingham - 92.9

Reading - 89

West Berkshire - 25.9

Slough - 82.9

Windsor and Maidenhead - 20.5

In today's national Covid news:

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that no final decision had been taken on lifting coronavirus restrictions on June 21.

He told a press conference on Sunday: “We are continuing to look at the data, no final decision has been taken, and the right time to fill everybody in on what we are going to do with step 4 with June 21 is tomorrow, as I have said.

“That’s when we will be putting out the whole package of information so that everyone can see it together.”

Labour has also had its say. 

A delay to lifting restrictions is “likely to happen” but everyone needs to be “confident” that the Government is following the science, shadow trade secretary Emily Thornberry has said.

Among the restrictions which will be needed while the vaccination programme continues to be rolled out is ensuring that the borders are properly closed, she suggested.

Ms Thornberry described the situation surrounding people coming in to the country as being “still too chaotic”.