September 3, 2020 4.45 pm This story is over 37 months old

Seven new coronavirus cases in Greater Lincolnshire on Thursday

No hospital deaths for 34 days

There have been seven new cases of coronavirus in Greater Lincolnshire on Thursday.

The latest government figures show five new COVID-19 positive cases in Lincolnshire, and two in North Lincolnshire.

North East Lincolnshire saw no additional cases reported today.

The current breakdown of the region’s 3,705 cumulative cases is:

  • 2,693 in Lincolnshire (up from 2,688)
  • 769 in North Lincolnshire (up from 767)
  • 243 in North East Lincolnshire (no change)

Hospital data also confirmed no further deaths in their latest figures, meaning 34 days without fatalities.

The government’s own dashboard, which includes deaths of Greater Lincolnshire residents which take place outside of hospital or in facilities outside the county, also showed no new fatalities.

On Tuesday, it was revealed that 76 previously reported COVID-19 deaths across the region had been wiped from the statistics following a government review last month.

Nationally, government data showed cases increased Thursday by 1,735 to 340,411 and deaths rose by 13 to 41,514.