Nottingham has now gone an entire week without reporting any new coronavirus cases, the latest data from Public Health England has revealed.
The number of cases in the city currently stands at 625 as of Thursday, June 25, with the last increase – by one case – reported seven days ago on June 18.
However, in wider Nottinghamshire there have been a further three cases confirmed in the past 24 hours, bringing the total to 1,488.
The positive news for the city comes as the number of confirmed cases across the UK in the past 24 hours totalled 1,118 alongside 149 deaths.
Newark and Sherwood, Mansfield and Broxtowe all reported one new case each over the past 24 hours, the only three districts and boroughs in the county to have new Covid-19 cases.
The full breakdown of cases across Nottinghamshire is:
Gedling – 226 (no increase)
Rushcliffe – 201 (no increase)
Mansfield – 138 – 139 (+1)
Newark and Sherwood – 172 – 173 (+1)
Ashfield – 247 (no increase)
Broxtowe – 242 – 243 (+1)
Bassetlaw – 259 (no increase)
Pubs, cinemas, museums and restaurants got the go-head to welcome back customers from July 4, dubbed ‘Super Saturday’.
Mr Johnson said people should remain two-metres apart where possible but a one-metre rule will be introduced.
There were cheers and a cry of ‘Hallelujah’ in the House of Commons when he said pubs could reopen – however, he added that caution remained the watch word and every step was conditional and reversible.