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The figure is up 26 since yesterday. Nottingham city itself has 79 confirmed cases, up 12 since yesterday.
County council leader Kay Cutts said she was prioritising services for the elderly, vulnerable and children during the coronavirus pandemic.
In the first of a new weekly health column, covering coronavirus, Dr Thilan Bartholomeuz looks at how the NHS is adapting to ensure services continue.
Head coach Dean Sugden said he would be doing everything he could to keep the town as fit and entertained as possible.
Babyballet owner Leah Stead said her main focus was ensuring children could still enjoy their classes, despite not being there physically.
More than 150 NCP carparks will be free for NHS workers, it has been announced.
District chief talks policing now the Government has agreed powers that can lead to fines or arrest for people who ignore coronavirus guidelines.
These include those whose parents are classed as key workers — with jobs critical to the Covid-19 response.
A sports-loving resident is calling on the BBC to replay the 2012 Summer Olympics in a bid to return the feel-good factor to the nation.
Openreach provides internet access to 31.8m premises and has seen a 28% increase in daytime usage over its fibre network across the UK.
Nottinghamshire County Council is recruiting a huge number of social care and support workers, and here's how you can be of help.