Covid infections are down considerably in the UK, according to the Office for National Statistics, with around one in 33 people thought to be infected.
Around 1.9m people - roughly 3% of the population - would have tested positive in the week to 30 April - more than 923,000 fewer than the week before.
It is the largest week-on-week drop in the number of infections since the ONS survey began in July 2020.
But despite the reduction "infections remain high overall", experts warn.
"We continue to see a considerable reduction in infections across the UK, with rates at their lowest level in England since the start of the year," said Sarah Crofts, Head of Analytical Outputs for the COVID-19 Infection Survey.
"Despite this, infections remain high overall."