Suffolk records no new coronavirus cases between August 5 and 11
No new coronavirus cases have been recorded in Suffolk this week, new Public Health England data has shown.
It's good news for the county, which has had 2,733 confirmed cases of the virus since the start of the pandemic.
But there has been a small spike in Covid-19 cases over the border in Cambridgeshire.
Between August 5 and 11, three cases have been recorded in Soham - the first time in almost a month that any area in East Cambridgeshire has recorded more than two cases.
Six cases have also been recorded in Cherry Hinton, with three in Trumpington and four in Romsey.
Meanwhile, in the same period, there have been three confirmed cases in the Thorpe St Andrew South and Dussindale area of Norfolk.