Nottinghamshire has recorded 337 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours to December 17, according to the latest Government data.
Of these, 92 cases were recorded in the city and 245 were recorded across the wider county.
Most areas have seen an increase in cases as the region stayed in tier 3.
A total of 38 new cases were recorded in Rushcliffe, for example, up from 13 the day before.
In Nottingham city there have now been 18,213 cases since the start of the pandemic, while there have been 26,428 in the county.
As of 9am on Thursday, there had been a further 35,383 lab-confirmed cases of coronavirus in the UK.
The Government said a further 532 people had died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19 as of Thursday, bringing the UK total to 66,052.
Here is the daily breakdown area-by-area:
Ashfield – 4,033 (increase of 33)
Bassetlaw – 4,313 (increase of 41)
Broxtowe – 3,647 (increase of 19)
Gedling – 3,962 (increase of 42)
Mansfield – 3,373 (increase of 38)
Newark and Sherwood – 3,450 (increase of 34)
Rushcliffe – 3,618 (increase of 38)
Nottingham and Nottinghamshire will remain under Tier 3 restrictions, it has been confirmed on December 17.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock confirmed Nottinghamshire would not be coming down to Tier 2 and Tier 3 restrictions would remain in place for now.
It means pubs and restaurants will not be able to reopen before Christmas, unless they are providing a takeaway service.
Nottingham City Council’s leader said he knows people will be disappointed that Nottingham is remaining in Tier 3 but “understands” why the decision has been made.