There are seven new coronavirus cases recorded over the last 24 hours across Nottingham and the wider county, according to the latest Public Health England figures.
It comes just a day after the area saw all but two parts of the county record new cases.
As of 4pm on Friday (July 31) there were 1,221 confirmed cases in the city, a rise of four from the previous day.
In Nottinghamshire, there are now 3,068 confirmed cases across the wider county – a rise of three.
Across the UK there have been 303,181 lab-confirmed cases and 46,119 coronavirus deaths which is a rise of 120 deaths in the last 24 hours.
This is the current breakdown of confirmed infections since March for each region of Nottinghamshire:
- Ashfield 575 (no change);
- Bassetlaw 593 (plus one);
- Broxtowe 436 no change);
- Gedling 382 (no change);
- Mansfield 354 (no change);
- Newark and Sherwood 334 (plus two);
- Rushcliffe 394 (no change).
Elsewhere across the East Midlands, there have been 1,321 confirmed cases in Derby and 3,429 across Derbyshire.
Meanwhile, there have been 4,938 confirmed infections in Leicester and 3,294 across Leicestershire.