A total of 523 positive Covid-19 cases have been seen in the county, which is slightly up from Sunday’s figure which showed 513 new cases had been recorded in the county.
The largest increases were recorded in Nottingham (165) Gedling (63) and Mansfield (62).
Outside the city, there have been a total of 17,584 Covid-19 cases in Nottinghamshire now confirmed since the start of the pandemic.
In the UK, 21,350 cases of Covid-19 were confirmed on Monday, November 9, in the past 24 hours. This means the UK has now recorded a total of 1,213,363 cases since the start of the pandemic.
There were 194 other daily deaths reported on Monday, bringing the UK total to 49,063. Deaths are recorded within 28 days of a positive test.
England’s deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam is “hopeful” that the UK can see “some sort of coronavirus vaccine by Christmas.”
It comes after Monday’s announcement that a Covid-19 vaccine has been developed by Pfizer (November 9).
The pharmaceutical giant and its partner BioNTech said interim results showed their injection could prevent people from developing coronavirus – with 90% effectiveness.
Here is the distribution of Covid cases in each arrondissement and district
Total number of cases recorded since the start of the pandemic and in the last 24 hours (in brackets):
Ashfield – 2577 (increase of 50)
Bassetlaw – 2570 (increase of 51)
Broxtowe – 2,644 (increase of 45)
Gedling – 2,781 (increase of 63)
Mansfield – 2,111 (increase of 62)
Newark et Sherwood – 2,142 (increase of 53)
Nottingham – 12,885 (increase of 165)
Rushcliffe – 2,759 (increase of 34)