An overall view of how the pandemic has progressed across the county. (Featured photo credit: Olimpia Zagnat)

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These charts shows the progress of the pandemic across the county in the last three months.

According to the latest data released, the epidemic has extended rapidly between February 2 and the end of March. The peak during this period was registered on March 27, with 52 coronavirus cases confirmed.

The cases gradually increased and then maintained in the following month, the peak was registered on April 8, with 64 new cases of COVID-19. This is the highest number of new cases reported in a day across Nottinghamshire so far.

Although the epidemic seemed to meet a decrease in the county, 53 more cases have been registered on April 29.

The highest number of new cases registered this month was on May 1, with a total of 25 confirmed cases.

The peak of deaths due to coronavirus across Nottinghamshire was on April 4, with 13 confirmed cases.

The number of deaths maintained until the end of April, with three cases registered on the last of the month.

This chart shows the number of care home deaths registered in the last months.

The highest number of deaths registered so far is for 14 deaths. This peak has first occurred on April 15, then repeated in the same month on 20 and 24.

However, no deaths have been registered on April 25 and 26. A total of 13 deaths has been reported on the last day of this month, followed by five more cases that occurred on May 1.