The figures were slightly better in the rest of the UK - with Scotland seeing around one in 110 people with the virus, while Wales had one in 160 people.
One in 65 is the equivalent of 856,200 people, up from 741,700 in the previous week.
Here we take a look at the 19 most key symptoms which have been linked to the virus.
1. High temperature (fever)
A high temperature, or fever, has been reported by four in ten people reporting Covid symptoms and is sign your body’s immune system is trying to fight off the virus. Having a temperature over 37.8C is likely to be a sign of Covid.
2. Chills or shivers
Feeling shivery or having chills is a common response to a bacterial or viral infection that causes a fever.
3. Persistent cough
One of the three ‘classic’ symptoms of Covid, a persistent cough means coughing many times a day, for half a day or more, and it will usually be very dry.
4. Loss or change of taste or smell
Many people infected with Covid lose their sense of taste or smell, and have found that things smell different than they used to post-infection. Loss of smell tends to be an early symptom and usually lasts around five days.