Amber Valley and Derby have seen the largest drops in Covid-19 infections in Derbyshire from their January peaks, falling more than 70 per cent.
But Covid-19 infections in the county and city still remain extremely high.
The county is still seeing more than six times as many cases per week as it did in September, with schools set to reopen in two weeks. All areas, except the Derbyshire Dales still have infection levels above the national average.
Parts of the county have seen their infection levels drop much further than in others.
Amber Valley has seen the largest reduction in infection levels – tracked by cases per 100,000 people in a week – with a 78 per cent fall from its peak.
This has seen its infection rate plummet from an all-time high of 560 cases per 100,000 people in a week, to 121 in six-and-a-half weeks.
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