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.
While headaches are very common, researchers have found that people with Covid tend to have headaches which are moderately to severely painful, feel pulsing or stabbing pains, last more than three days and be resistant to regular painkillers.
6. Unusual tiredness
Feeling fatigued is usually an early symptom of Covid, occurring within the first seven days, and is highly likely to occur alongside headaches and loss of smell. Tiredness usually lasts between five to eight days, but can last for several weeks in some cases.
7. Sore throat
Sore throats are usually caused by viruses, including cold, flu and coronavirus, and usually get better by themselves within a week.
8. Skin rash
Hives (urticaria), ‘prickly heat’ (erythematous-papular rash) and a chicken pox-type rash (erythematous-vesicular) are the most common types of skin rashes associated with Covid, causing the skin to appear red and bumpy.