The Prime Minister is set to announce tomorrow what restrictions Hertfordshire residents will face when lockdown ends on December 2.

The whole of England will be moving into a "strengthened" three-tier system until March - and Boris Johnson will confirm sometime on Thursday which local authorities will fall into which tiers.

The lockdown looks to have had a positive impact on most of Hertfordshire's boroughs with all ten districts reporting a lower number of new cases over the last two weeks.

But with national reports that few areas will be in tier 1 and with almost all areas in the county still reporting more than 100 cases per week, per 100,000 population, it seems very likely Hertfordshire will begin post-lockdown in Tier 2.

Scroll down to see the latest coronavirus hotspots in south Hertfordshire

How many new cases were reported today in Hertfordshire?

Across the UK, 18,213 new coronavirus cases were reported on the government dashboard today, up from around 11,000 yesterday.

Many of these cases were found within the last five days.

Of these 18,213, 226 were in Hertfordshire, and the districts which recorded the most number of new cases were East Hertfordshire (38 cases) and Hertsmere (37).

Coupled with yesterday's data it looks like case rates may be dropping or at the very least stabilising in the other districts.

The latest case rates for Hertfordshire can be found below. You can see drops in every district over the last week, but only three out of 10 currently has a lower weekly rate than when England went into lockdown on November 5.

Keep scrolling for figures from you neighbourhood.

Which areas have seen rises and where have cases dropped?

West Watford, Garston, parts of Bushey and Potters Bar, and South Oxhey have all experienced rises in cases, or are currently experiencing a higher level of cases.

All of these areas recorded at least 20 cases in the seven days to November 20, according to a goverment interactive map.

Cases have dropped in areas such as Rickmansworth, Abbots Langley, St Albans, Radlett, and parts of Hemel Hempstead and Watford.

Take a look at the table below to see how many cases there have been in your neighbourhood over the last two weeks. This table only uses data up until November 20.

What age are people who tested positive for Covid-19 over the last week?

According to figures published on Hertfordshire County Council's Covid dashboard, the majority of people who tested positive for Covid-19 in Hertfordshire between November 13 and 20 were aged in their 30s and 40s, followed by teenagers.

Case numbers remain lowest in people aged over 70 but they are slowly increasing.

Deaths in hospital

West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust has recorded 32 deaths of patients in November who tested positive for Covid-19.

The coronavirus death toll at the trust now stands at 434.

On November 24, the government dashboard reported 894 Covid-19 patients in hospitals in the east of England, which is up from 556 when England went into lockdown.

This figure of 894 is the highest since May 10, when 903 Covid-19 patients were being cared for at hospitals in the east of England.