Nottingham and the province will discover the novel coronavirus restrictions the government will impose today, after a week of soaring infection rates.

The city had been teetering on the brink of tight restrictions for a week after a spike in coronavirus cases caused Nottingham to record the highest infection rate in the country.

New three-tiered system Corona Virus Boris Johnson is expected to outline the restrictions on Monday as stringent measures could cause bars and restaurants to close in parts of the country.

Mr Johnson will reveal the full details of the long-awaited approach in a statement to the House of Commons, after the government was criticized for not properly informing MPs of the changes.

In Nottingham, there was an increase of 353 positive tests within 24 hours, the highest in the county.

As of Sunday, October 11, there were a total of 5,658 cases across pandemic In Nottingham, according to government data.

The city is currently in the national spotlight after data revealed that the city had the highest weekly rate of new Covid-19 cases in England.

Data released on Friday showed that the infection rate in Nottingham has now surpassed 750 COVID-19 cases per 100,000 people.

At the beginning of September, the rate of Covid case in Nottingham Per 100,000 people only 12.

The fate of Nottingham – and the level of class into which it will fall – remains unknown until now.

Stay tuned for all the latest updates below on what could be a pivotal day for the city’s future

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