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Confirmed coronavirus cases in Newark and Sherwood reaches 7,285 today (Tuesday, April 27)




Three new coronavirus case have been confirmed in Newark and Sherwood, according to the latest figures from Public Health England.

Ashfield 9,625 (up 6) Bassetlaw 8,163 (up 8) Broxtowe 7,125 (no change) Gedling 8,176 (up 3) Mansfield 8,252 (up 4) Newark and Sherwood 7,285 (up 3) Rushcliffe 6,849 (up 2) Nottingham 30,681 (up 12) Nottinghamshire 55,475 (up 26).

In the last seven days there have been 34 positive cases recorded in Newark and Sherwood. This represents an increase.

Mass testing centre opens at Newark Sports and Futness Centre, for residents who do not have coronavirus symptoms. Angelika Pewinska cleaning testing bays after each use. (44498710)
Mass testing centre opens at Newark Sports and Futness Centre, for residents who do not have coronavirus symptoms. Angelika Pewinska cleaning testing bays after each use. (44498710)

Public Health England has changed to the way coronavirus cases are reported.

Cases identified through a positive rapid lateral flow test will be removed for people who took polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests within three days that were all negative.

In the latest 24-hour period, no new deaths were reported in Newark and Sherwood within 28 days of the person testing positive for the virus. The total remains at 207.

Mass testing centre opens at Newark Sports and Futness Centre, for residents who do not have coronavirus symptoms. Testing operative David Jardine. (44498879)
Mass testing centre opens at Newark Sports and Futness Centre, for residents who do not have coronavirus symptoms. Testing operative David Jardine. (44498879)

According to the latest public data, 4,406,946 patients in the UK have tested positive and 127,434 people have died within 28 days of positive test.

The number of people vaccinated with the first dose up to April 25 is 33,752,885. The total for the second dose is 12,897,123.

An easing of the national lockdown has been announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

People can now meet in groups of up to six outside and travel to see their friends and families, with outdoor sports finally resuming, as well as visit non-essential retail and hospitality.

To find out what steps you need to take if you think you have the virus, visit here.



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