Cases spiked by 16 in the 24 hours to 5 September.
Cases in the entire county for the same period increased by 33.
In the graph below the cases per 100,000 people by each of Nottinghamshire’s local authority areas is shown.
The rates per 100,000 resident population give a fairer comparison of the number of cases in each area but they do not take account of the different rates of testing or differences in the age and sex of the local populations. Only data available for the latest reported date are shown.
In context – Broxtowe, Ashfield and Bassetlaw all have a higher rate per 100,000 than Nottingham city.
Nottingham city cases have increased by 159 in one month.
Across the United Kingdom today ( 5 September ) 1,813 new cases were reported across Pillar 1 and 2 tests. This brings the UK total confirmed cases to 344,164.
Deaths reported is 12 – with a total of 41,549.
756 patients are in hospital with coronavirus ( having tested positive ) and of those, 69 are on ventilator beds.
124 patients with coronavirus were admitted to hospitals today across the UK, bringing total hospitalisations to 134,823.