545 new cases of coronavirus were reported across Nottinghamshire including Nottingham in the past 24 hours.
The government said that as of 9 a.m. on October 10, there were 15,166 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the UK. This brings the total number of cases in the UK to 590,844.
The government also said another 81 people had died within 28 days of the result of the Covid-19 virus test as of Saturday.
This brings the total number of deaths in the UK to 42,760.
Separate figures published by UK statistical agencies show that 58,000 deaths have been recorded in the UK where Covid-19 is mentioned on the death certificate.
Nottingham saw another 362 cases within 24 hours.
Nottingham is currently in the national spotlight after data revealed that the city had the highest weekly rate of new Covid-19 cases in England.
Separate new data shows that the weekly rate of new Covid-19 cases in Nottingham has now exceeded 750 cases per 100,000 people.
A total of 2,532 new cases were recorded in Nottingham in the seven days through 6 October – equivalent to 760.6 cases per 100,000 people.
Here is a breakdown of each local authority across Nottinghamshire, registered on October 10 to government:
The number of deaths in Nottinghamshire hospital funds is as follows. Listed changes to the position as of October 10:
- University of Nottingham NHS Trust Hospitals) Queens Medical Center And the city hospital) – 279 (No change)
- Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Fund – 14 (No change)
- Ramsay Health UK – Nottingham Woodthorpe – 1 (No change)
- Sherwood Forest Hospitals (Newark Hospital, Kings Mill Hospital and Mansfield Community Hospital) – 125 (No change)
Separate figures show that there were 3,225 Covid-19 patients in hospitals in England as of Saturday, up from 2,194 a week ago, while 396 Covid-19 patients were in ventilators, up from 307 a week ago.
A total of 513 patients with Covid-19 were admitted to hospitals in England on Thursday, compared to 386 the previous week.