A quarter of a county's population has now received their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
While pubs are feeling the lockdown strain more than most and punters are missing their pints, a landlord has taken steps to solve both problems.
The outbreak at Stocken Prison in Stretton accounts for 60 per cent of Covid-19 cases in Rutland, says the MP for the county.
The R-rates in Rutland and South Kesteven remain above the national average.
A school is appealing for volunteers to assist with the mass testing of pupils and staff.
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 rapid testing centre has opened in Rutland to offer regular tests to people who cant work from home and have no covid symptoms.
Rutland's seven-day coronavirus infection rate has risen to double the national average.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has set out his roadmap to lifting lockdown restrictions in England.
99.8 per cent of over-70s have taken up the vaccine in Leicestershire and Rutland, the highest in England.
Schools, socialising and some sports are set to return next month under the Government’s plan to relax coronavirus lockdown restrictions in England.
Kelham Cooke, leader of South Kesteven District Council, discusses changes which have been made as a result of lockdown.
A locally made video about the effects of Covid-19 and the rollout of vaccinations can now be watched on YouTube.
The pandemic has seen more people launching start-ups in their kitchens at home, council figures show.
Rutland County Council is thanking Ketton residents for their help to reduce Covid-19 cases locally, following a sharp rise in infections last month.