Nottingham's overall rate of new coronavirus cases has now fallen to far below the rates recorded when the city was placed under Tier 2 and Tier 3 local lockdown restriictions.
But within the city, the situation varies in different areas. The once hotspot areas of Lenton Abbey and the Arboretum are now among the areas recording average infection rates.
An interactive Government map formed using the latest coronavirus data, shows the St Ann's West areas currently has the lowest infection rate in the city, with a rolling infection rate of 86.3 per 100,000 people.
While Forest Fields, New Basford and North Sherwood are currently the worst affected.
North Sherwood has the highest rolling rate within
link source - Nottingham Post