The latest mass covid-19 testing results for Liverpool have been revealed on the final day of the national lockdown.
Liverpool began a pilot programme of mass testing for the virus in the city on Friday November 6, after the lockdown in England had started.
City leaders persuaded the government to trial its programme here, which saw people living and working in Liverpool being offered testing despite having no symptoms related to the virus.
These people have been tested using new Lateral Flow devices, which can give results in under an hour.
Those with symptoms have continued to be tested using the existing PCR devices.
The latest results show that with less than a month of the pilot scheme gone, a total of 118,257 Lateral Flow tests have been carried out.
68,841 of these have been carried out on Liverpool residents, with another 30,850 for those working in the city and living in surrounding areas.
Of this number, a total of 1,087 positive Lateral Flow tests have been located - with those found to be carrying the virus asked to self-isolate.
784 of those positive tests were found among Liverpool residents.
While the asymptomatic testing has garnered a lot of headlines, the mass testing pilot also aimed to ramp up the existing PCR tests on offer for those with covid-19 symptoms or those who have been in contact with carriers.
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Since November 6, a total of 68,841 PCR tests have been carried out on Liverpool residents.
The city's infection rate continues to fall and now stands at 98.6 cases per 100,000 residents.
This is a huge fall from the 750 rate the city was experiencing back in October.
Of the 491 confirmed cases in Liverpool in the last 7 days, 130 (26.5%) were detected using Lateral Flow Testing (LFT) kits.