Trust bosses say the move will help it “return to a long-term financially sustainable position.”
A further three women and five men have died in hospitals run by United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust.
They are also warning people not to head for the east coast over the Easter holiday.
People warned to be prepared for long term restrictions.
Three men with underlying health conditions are the latest casualties.
Lincolnshire’s Clinical Commissioning Groups will merge to create one organisation with a budget of £1.2 billion.
Fines of £60 can be handed to those breaking the new lockdown rules.
Hospitals trust says patients with the virus are being treated in Boston and Lincoln.
The Local Government Ombudsman has cleared the council over its decision to suspend direct payments to the man.
The move follows a similar ban by South Kesteven District Council on its land.
United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust paid £19.274 million last year.
The chief executive of ULHT said there is “considerable anger” over the issue of Grantham A&E.
The increase would see council tax rise by £5 for the average Band D property.
Trust, which is still in financial special measures, was within its deficit target set for the end of the financial year.
Surgery on the wrong part of the body and objects left in patients were recorded over the last three years in Lincolnshire's hospitals.
A motion to be put to South Kesteven District Council calls for health shake-up plans to be published as soon as possible.
Bosses say there are “no plans” to return Grantham A&E to a 24/7 service until a public consultation on the future of hospital services is complete.
Lincolnshire hospital bosses have lodged a bid to extend Lincoln’s emergency department in an effort to ease 'significant pressures' on the service.
A CCTV parking enforcement scheme has been scrapped and will be replaced by additional foot patrols, said the county council.
The authority will look at whether parking is suitable for residents, visitors and businesses in the town.