Figures released today showing cases up to 12 April show the figures for Rushcliffe are the lowest in Nottingham for this measure.
The latest data shows that the seven-day rolling infection rate per 100,000 residents in Rushcliffe stands at 6.7 for the week to 12 April, and there were just eight cases in the last seven days.
In the last 14 days there have been 21 positive cases.
In contrast Nottingham City figures were 36 and 122 respectively.
The whole of Nottinghamshire county figures when calculated together are 32 and 371 cases over seven days to 12 April, the latest figures available.
This report summarises the information from the surveillance system which is used to monitor the cases of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID- 19) pandemic in Nottinghamshire.
The data is sourced from the Public Health England national dataset. The report is based on daily data up to 12 April.
COVID-19 cases are identified by taking specimens from people and sending these specimens to laboratories to be tested. If the test is positive, this is referred to as a lab-confirmed case.