Health bosses warn that if people don't stick by the rules, the national lockdown could lasts months “or even longer”.
May elections could be delayed due to concerns over the spread of Covid-19.
South Kesteven District Council (SKDC) is proposing a £5 increase in council tax - but cuts are being made.
Just over 6,000 coronavirus vaccines have been administered across Lincolnshire since December 8, less than one per cent of the national total.
There have been no reports of the new strain of Covid-19 in Lincolnshire so far, says the county council.
An announcement on tiers is unlikely until Thursday when health secretary Matt Hancock will speak in the Commons.
Health bosses said Lincolnshire’s coronavirus numbers are such that they do not expect the county to move down to tier 2 tomorrow.
Lincolnshire county councillors have unanimously rejected plans for their allowance increase for 2021 in a council meeting today.
The Chief Medical Officer for England Prof Chris Whitty has highlighted Lincolnshire as an area of concern for Covid-19 infections.
Coronavirus case numbers don’t look favourable for December 16 tier announcement, according to health bosses.
South Kesteven District Council leaders will approve a £100,000 spend on an event to unveil the new Margaret Thatcher statue in Grantham.
Health bosses believe Lincolnshire is already in a much better position than the government’s tier 3 ranking would suggest.
People in Lincolnshire will have two weeks from December 2 to slow Covid-19 infections, in the hope to go down a tier ahead of the festive period.
Health bosses say they don't know which tier Lincolnshire will be placed in later this week.
Teachers are 'struggling with workload and anxiety' but health bosses disagree that schools should close.
More parents are home schooling their children because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Reports reveal numerous protection failures for South Kesteven District Council's 6,000 tenants.
Calls have been made following reports of incidents of violence, underage drink sales and coronavirus breaches.
Council leaders have spoken of “disappointment” and “unease” around the second national lockdown.
The weekend saw a record rise in coronavirus cases across Greater Lincolnshire.