A further 97 Covid infections were recorded by the Government in Aylesbury Vale in the past 24 hours.
Today's figures (August 13) show a slight decline from yesterday's total, when the daily case numbers for Aylesbury Vale rose above 100 for the first time in nearly a month.
The slight improvement in daily figures hasn't majorly altered the weekly statistics for the region, 520 cases have been reported in the past seven days, a 26.8% increase from the week before.
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No Covid-linked deaths have been reported in the region, these are recorded when someone passes within 28 days of testing positive.
Latest rollout data for Aylesbury Vale shows 85.1% of adults received a first dose of a vaccine protecting against Covid and 72.1% of over 18s have been jabbed twice.
Daily case numbers for the UK as a whole remain above the 30,000 marker. In total, 32,700 new positive tests were returned and 100 new virus-related deaths were confirmed.
Case numbers and the deaths recorded have both increased across the UK in the past seven days by 7.8% and 4.7% respectively.
National vaccination data shows that 76% of over 18s are fully vaccinated against Covid and 89.3% of adults have received their first dose.