Coronavirus infection rates have gone up in Gedling borough, the latest data shows.
The latest Public Health England figures show that cases have risen by 26 in the past 24 hours.
79 new cases were reported across the borough – up on 53 reported the previous day.
The figures for Nottinghamshire show 654 new cases during the same period with rises in most areas of the county. The recorded figure was 555 the previous day.
Rushcliffe and Bassetlaw did see figures fall.
Tameside continues to have the highest coronavirus infection rate in the region, while Bolton has the lowest.
The figures for the other local authority regions in Nottinghamshire are as follows – numbers in brackets show previous day’s case numbers
Ashfield 70 (70)
Bassetlaw 54 (69)
Broxtowe 77 (45)
Mansfield 93 (54)
Newark 66 (63)
Nottingham 163 (129)
Rushcliffe 52 (72)