The government has said that adults who are double stung and those under the age of 18 will no longer have to isolate themselves if they are nuts, as long as they don’t show symptoms.
The new rules will be applied from today (August 16), in accordance with the latest government guidelines.
It is also releasing its interactive Covid map showing how each neighborhood in the UK is dealing with Covid-19 over the past seven-day period.
The most recent data, released on the basis of new cases recorded in the seven days to August 9, show that 10 areas have an infection rate above 600 per 100,000 population.
Of those areas, Bestwood in Nottingham has the highest rate – reaching 704.3 due to 67 new cases during this period.
In northern Nottinghamshire, Yeoman Hill and Maun Valley also have a high rate of 675 per 100,000 population. There were 40 cases in the seven days leading up to August 9.
Langwith, Shirebrook South and Pleasley had the second highest rate at 670.3, due to 68 new cases there.
Market Warsop has a rate of 654.4 due to 41 positive tests while Huthwaite’s rate is 642.2 due to 42 cases.
Remaining in the north of the county, downtown Mansfield and Broomhill recorded 66 cases in the seven-day period, giving it an infection rate of 623.6.
Another of the 10 regions is Stanton Hill and Skegby, with a rate of 615.7 and 40 cases, while Bilborough North has a rate of 612 and 42 cases.
Bilborough South is slightly lower, with 609.2 and 37 cases, and finally Radcliffe on Trent and Shelford are also on the list with 612 and 42 cases.