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Covid cases falling across Nottinghamshire – see your area

Data from both Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire County councils shows a steep fall in cases from 4 – 9 January – the latest available data.

The graphs below represent cases per 100,000 population – the peak is 4 January.

However health bosses across the county are encouraging anyone who has not yet received a first, second or booster vaccine to walk in or book an appointment to make sure they are fully protected.

Latest data shows that more than two million vaccines have now been delivered and 69.9 per cent of adults in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire have received a booster.

 

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Figures for each local authority area at 9 January ( Published by the councils on 14 January ) are as follows:

Cases per 100,000

Ashfield – 1,664

Bassetlaw – 1,687

Broxtowe – 1,397

Gedling – 1,534

Mansfield – 1,700

Newark – 1,508

Nottingham – 1,489

Rushcliffe – 1,372

All Nottinghamshire – 1,533

Cases in the last seven days 

Ashfield – 2,136

Bassetlaw – 1,996

Broxtowe – 1,601

Gedling – 1,814

Mansfield – 1,859

Newark – 1,857

Nottingham – 5,021

Rushcliffe – 1,666

All Nottinghamshire approx 18,000

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