Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Past week sees 42 new local cases of COVID-19

42 new cases of Coronavirus have been reported locally in the past week.

While on Sunday 5 July a total of 3,341 cases had been reported, by Sunday 12 July 3,383 had been highlighted.

This takes the number of cases in Lincolnshire to 2,452, the number in North East Lincolnshire to 207, and North Lincolnshire figures to 724.

Looking closer at lower tier local authorities, Boston has now reported 487 instances of COVID-19 (stagnant since 8 July), while East Lindsey has seen 238 cases, Lincoln has confirmed 256 cases, North Kesteven has reported 218 cases (stagnant since 9 July), South Holland has seen 705 cases, South Kesteven has confirmed 402 cases and West Lindsey has reported 146 cases.

The numbers comes as lockdown lifts further in England, with beauty salons, nail bars, tattoo parlours, spas, massage and physical therapy businesses allowed to reopen today (Monday 13 July).

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