The county has seen almost a third more children become eligible for free school meals since the pandemic began.
There were no COVID-related deaths last week in Lincolnshire, but 50 new cases have been recorded over the weekend in the county.
The NHS app will be used as a covid passport for travelling abroad this summer.
About 95 per cent of all pupils are back in school in Lincolnshire.
Health bosses say there is no sign so far of the India Covid-19 mutation in Lincolnshire.
Cases of Covid have increased by five in the last 24 hours with 17 new cases in Lincolnshire.
Five candidates are fighting for the position of Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), which goes to the public vote on May 6.
South Kesteven is among three areas in Lincolnshire to have infection rates more than twice as high as the England average.
New plans for easing lockdown will include twice-weekly rapid tests and could include new Covid-19 vaccination passports.
The government is considering plans for so-called Covid-19 passports for those who have been vaccinated.
There are "very small numbers" of positive cases of Covid-19 in schools with 106,000 lateral flow tests carried out since the start of 2021.
Lincolnshire County Council said women’s safety is “about much more than streetlights” and lighting has “no impact on night-time crime levels”.
Plans for 373 homes to be built in Bourne are recommended for approval next week, which will include the demolition of Bridge 234.
South Kesteven District Council has approved a £5 council tax increase.
There have been no patients admitted to hospitals in Lincolnshire with flu, despite it being the height of the usual flu season.
Lincolnshire councillors are “pleased” with the plan to get children back in classrooms, but said the pandemic had a major impact on pupils’ learning.
A controversial spend of up to £100,000 on a ceremony to unveil a statue of Margaret Thatcher has been broken down.
A council has been told to pay more than £2,000 to a mother after failing to provide a “suitable education” for her daughter.
Around 17 per cent of children are attending school in Lincolnshire for face-to-face lessons this week council bosses revealed.
Lincolnshire's new chief constable plans to crack down on violent crime and lift staff morale.