Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Local Coronavirus cases near 20,000

The last week has seen Coronavirus cases in Greater Lincolnshire grow to just under 20,000.

19,940 cases have now been reported since the pandemic began, with 12,127 of these in Lincolnshire, 4,096 in North East Lincolnshire, and 3,717 in North Lincolnshire.

At lower tier local authority level, Boston has recorded a total of 1,355 instances, East Lindsey has seen 2,397, Lincoln has witnessed 1,968, North Kesteven has reported 1,611, South Holland has recorded 1,539, South Kesteven has seen 1,938, and West Lindsey has witnessed 1,319 cases.

Looking closer at the past 7 days, Lincolnshire has reported 2,469 new cases, while North East Lincolnshire has recorded 895, and North Lincolnshire, 691.

273 of these new cases were in Boston, 702 were in East Lindsey, 376 were in Lincoln, 344 were in North Kesteven, 209 were in South Holland, 298 were in South Kesteven, and 267 were in West Lindsey.

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