Constant lockdowns are taking their toll - especially on young people. (Credit: Olimpia Zagnat)

Nottingham University Hospitals has had no COVID-19 related deaths from Monday 25 January.

Nottingham and the Midlands have seen an increase in vaccinations over the weekend with first doses increasing from 969,979 to 1,081,988 from Friday to Monday this weekend.

The boost in vaccines has also seen a decrease in hospital admissions from the virus.

NHS data states that 592 people were hospitalised across the Midlands on the 22nd of January, these 592 cases were part of 3,016 cases over the whole of England.

Nottingham University Hospitals saw 10 related COVID deaths over the weekend but there have been no further deaths since then.

Vaccination centres have been opening all over Nottinghamshire and the county now has 11 vaccination clinics with the latest one opening in the Forest Recreation Ground.

The centre is expected to see 1800 people through the doors each day to receive their first or booster shot of the vaccine.

All over 75s and over 80s who live within a 45 minute drive of a vaccination centre can book a vaccine online or call 0115 883 4640.