With more than 27,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in the capital, Londoners have been warned that the city is “definitely” at risk from a second wave of infections.

Last month, an antibody surveillance study suggested 17 per cent of people in London had coronavirus antibodies.

But Tim Spector, a professor of genetic epidemiology at King’s College London, warned earlier this month that the university’s app is not seeing infection levels falling in London in the same pattern as other regions.

“We still aren’t seeing the numbers coming down in the same way in London and the South East, where we need extra vigilance, especially with shoppers heading back to the high street and social interactions between wider family groups increasing,” he warned.

As of Tuesday, London has 27,670 confirmed cases, according to the Government’s official figures.

You can use the interactive map below to see the number of cases in total in each borough as of 4pm on Tuesday, June 30, and the number of cases divided by 100,000 population for comparison.