The number of people testing positive for coronavirus is levelling off in England, Wales and Northern Ireland – but has risen in Scotland, official figures suggest. Infections remain at a low level after falling steeply since January, according to the ONS analysis. It estimates that in the week up to 20 March, 1 in 340 people in England had coronavirus, or 0.3%. It’s the same figure in Northern Ireland and 0.2% in Wales. In Scotland, 1 in 240, or 0.4% tested positive. To put it into context – at the height of the winter peak, the percentage of people testing positive was around 2% in most of the UK. The same set of figures show that infection levels in 11 to 16-year-olds have risen slightly in England.