People in Sandwell are being urged to recognise the progress the community has made in reducing coronavirus rates as people meet up over the bank holiday weekend.
In January, the borough had one of the highest Covid-19 rates in the country.
Health officials have applauded the community's resilience and progress and says the rate is now lower than 30 times what it was at the start of the year.
However, they are warning people to continue to be careful over the weekend as more people are expected to be meeting up with friends and family.
This pandemic hasn't gone away. The infection rates are still there. There's new variants circulating. So we're asking people to please keep your distance from others, wear a face covering if you go into a shop and make sure common sense stays at the forefront.
The council is also reminding people to stay indoors if they have any symptoms and to take a test to prevent spreading the virus.