Additional positive tests for Covid-19 in the Anglia region have slowed to a relative trickle with only 135 news cases in 24 hours.
The rise in numbers on Wednesday was the lowest in a day since 26 March and it takes the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the region to 11,511. The daily increase is just 1% since Tuesday.
Essex still has the highest incidence of Covid-19 cases in the region with more than 3,000 although that is roughly in line with the size of the population in the county compared to neighbouring counties.
In Norfolk, the additional cases rose by 3% in a day from 1,386 to 1,427.
The number of people dying in the area is still rising with 3,281 deaths confirmed in hospitals, care homes and in the community.
Confirmed coronavirus cases in the Anglia region by 9am on Wednesday 29 April 2020
Data from Public Health England
Bedfordshire - 1,456 cases (up 5 since yesterday)
Cambridgeshire - 941 cases (up 22 since yesterday)
Essex - 3,010 cases (up 29 since yesterday)
Hertfordshire - 2,202 cases (up 19 since yesterday)
Milton Keynes - 443 cases (up 2 since yesterday)
Norfolk - 1,427 cases (up 41 since yesterday)
Northamptonshire - 1,013 cases (up 5 since yesterday)
Rutland - 20 cases (unchanged since yesterday)
Suffolk - 999 cases (up 12 since yesterday)
The Bedfordshire figures are the local authorities of Bedford, Luton and Central Bedfordshire combined. Cambridgeshire includes Peterborough and Essex includes Southend and Thurrock.