Covid has almost completely disappeared from one part of Derbyshire, latest official figures show.
As England enters its seventh week of lockdown, there are signs in parts of the county that measures to curb the spread of coronavirus are working.
According to statistics from Public Health England, which publishes a map showing the rolling infection rate in the country, the virus has nearly disappeared in part of the Peak District.
It says the area of Bakewell North, Baslow and Calver "suppressed" the virus in the seven days leading up to Monday, February 15.
This means the area had fewer than three confirmed Covid cases in the week beforehand, the only place in Derbyshire where this was the case.
It comes as cases continue to fall across the county as restrictions on movement and which businesses can open remain in place.
In the seven days leading up to February 15, Derby
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