Rising coronavirus cases in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire – latest figures for each area in the last 24 hours

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Four new cases of coronavirus were recorded in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire today (July 20), according to the latest data from Public Health England.Across the UK, another 11 deaths associated with Covid-19 have been confirmed, for a total of 45,312. There are also 580 other laboratory-confirmed cases, bringing the total to 295,372.

The figures, accurate as of 4 p.m. on Monday, July 20, show three new cases have been diagnosed in the city of Nottingham, the total rising to 1,195.

During the same period, another case was recorded in the county of Nottinghamshire – in Mansfield – with a total of 3,009 people. There are no new deaths.

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Here is the breakdown for each region of Nottinghamshire:

  • Gedling – 377 (no change)
  • Rushcliffe – 389 (no change)
  • Mansfield – 348 (+1)
  • Newark and Sherwood – 321 (no change)
  • Ashfield – 572 (no change)
  • Broxtowe – 430 (no change)
  • Bassetlaw – 572 (no change)

The number of deaths in Nottinghamshire Hospital Trusts is as follows:

Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust – 272 (sans changement)

Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust – 13 (sans changement)

Ramsay Health UK – Nottingham Woodthorpe – 1 (sans changement)

Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Trust – 124 (aucun changement)

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Phase 1 and 2 tests have given encouraging results and have shown that the vaccine is safe, causes few side effects and induces a strong immune response. Researchers will now need to test the vaccine in different groups of people, including older groups and those with other health problems.

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