It has been over a week since the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Lincoln has risen, with the city remaining at 121 total cases.
The same can be said for North Kesteven, where the number of Coronavirus cases has stuck at 135, South Kesteven, where the number has held at 164, and West Lindsey, where cases stand at 80.
The positive news comes as Coronavirus cases reported locally reached 1798 last night, representing 18 new cases since the Sunday prior.
The Lincolnshire areas which have seen COVID-19 numbers rise in the past week include Boston, which has seen 4 new cases since 31 May, East Lindsey, with 4 new cases, and South Holland, with 2 new cases.
The news follows the reopening of primary schools last Monday and comes ahead of the reopening of non-essential shops on 15 June.