Coronavirus data for Greater Lincolnshire on Tuesday, August 3
82,835 cases (up 396).
Coronavirus infection rates in Greater Lincolnshire have actually dropped in the past week, regardless of a variety of districts climbing up the rankings nationally.
Since Tuesdays government figures, Lincoln is presently the district with the greatest infection rate, however, its figure of 653.6 per 100,000 population is far listed below previous top players.
Last Tuesday, North East Lincolnshire sat sixth greatest with an infection rate of 908.7, however this week is 13th, having slashed its rate by nearly half to 471.3.
Lincoln and North Kesteven are the only districts to have actually increased their infection rates, with the previous last Tuesday sitting at 397.8 and the latter going from 290 to 402.
In spite of the declines from the rest of the county, all but 2 districts sit in the leading 200 compared to recently when all but North East Lincolnshire were listed below that figure.
All this means is the area is seeing a decline at a slower rate than the remainder of the country.
As an entire, the Greater Lincolnshire area has actually seen its infection rate reduce from 414.2 to 334.2.
Nationally, Englands seven-day infection rate has gone from 499.4 last Tuesday, to 292.4 today.
Greater Lincolnshires infection rates up to August 3.|Image: Daniel Jaines/Data: Gov.uk
The most recent federal government figures, released on Tuesday evening, verified 396 brand-new coronavirus cases, with 272 in Lincolnshire, 60 in North East Lincolnshire and 64 in North Lincolnshire.
5 deaths were verified in the federal government figures, which consist of both those in and out of medical facility, while 4 were confirmed in Lincolnshires hospitals.
In national news on Wednesday morning, jabs are set to be offered for 16 and 17-year-olds. Formerly only those with hidden conditions or living with susceptible adults were allowed to have them.
The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation is expected to recommend the modification in plans later on today.
It would see around 1.4 million teenagers end up being eligible to get their first dosages.
54,144 in Lincolnshire (up 272).
12,718 in North Lincolnshire (up 64).
15,973 in North East Lincolnshire (up 60).
2,223 deaths (up 5).
1,633 from Lincolnshire (up 2).
305 from North Lincolnshire (no change).
285 from North East Lincolnshire (up 3).
of which 1,331 hospital deaths (up 4).
822 at United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust (up one).
43 at Lincolnshire Community Health Service health centers (no change).
1 at Lincolnshire Partnership Foundation Trust (no change).
465 in Northern Lincolnshire (NLAG) (up three).
5,923,820 UK cases, 129,881 deaths.
DATA SOURCE — FIGURES CORRECT AT THE TIME OF THE LATEST UPDATE. POSTAL CODE DATA INCLUDES DEATHS NOT IN HEALTHCARE FACILITIES OR IN HOSPITALS OUTSIDE AUTHORITY BOUNDARIES.