People across the South East have been told to take precautions as temperatures rise across the region.

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The Met Office has issued its first ever red warning for extreme heat, which points to a risk to health.

The warning includes parts of Surrey and Kent. Temperatures could hit 40C (104F) on Monday and Tuesday.

The NHS in Sussex urged people to "stay safe", and said "significant numbers" had been admitted to hospital amid high demand for its services.

There have been concerns about pressure on the NHS during the extreme weather and the UK Health Security Agency upgraded its health heat alert level to four on Friday.

Dame Eileen Sills, chief nurse at NHS Kent and Medway, said: "By taking simple precautions, such as staying hydrated and finding shade during the hottest parts of the day, you can significantly reduce the risk of becoming ill and needing the services of the NHS."

Dr Anjan Ghosh, Kent County Council director for public health, said: "In extreme heat, it is vital that people think carefully about what they need to do to protect themselves, their family and particularly vulnerable people."