People aged 38 to 39 will be able to book their COVID-19 vaccines from Thursday.
The Covid infection rate in South Kesteven continues to come down and is now the lowest among all districts in Lincolnshire.
Nearly 70 per cent of the Lincolnshire adult population has received a first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
Lincolnshire has the third highest vaccination rate in the country, as NHS bosses open up jabs to those aged 42 and over.
Thousands of items of personal protection equipment are being stored at councils across Lincolnshire to prepare for local elections.
A campaigner says the concerns of Grantham area people are vindicated by a judge's decision that the downgrade of Grantham Hospital was unlawful.
Plans for a previously-rejected 270,000 bird poultry unit near Grantham are back before councillors next week.
New plans for easing lockdown will include twice-weekly rapid tests and could include new COVID-19 vaccination passports.
Lincolnshire County Council has been told to pay £250 to a “likely victim of human trafficking” after failing to follow national guidance.
South Kesteven's increasing infection rate could be down to a high proportion of people not being able to work from home in the district.
Health bosses in Lincolnshire said there will be enough vaccine doses to cover the first phase of the Government’s rollout.
Plans for nearly 100 homes in a village have been approved, despite concerns.
The government’s COVID-19 dashboard today (Monday) recorded 63 new cases in Lincolnshire.
Coronavirus numbers increased again last week with 1,120 new cases in Greater Lincolnshire and 24 COVID-related deaths.
A council and a trust have apologised after a man was discharged from hospital in freezing weather 'wearing only a gown, with bare feet'.
Health bosses are concerned that adults dropping their children off will take the opportunity to gather with others when schools reopen.
Hospital bosses have defended their decision to close Grantham Hospital A&E before a High Court judge.
A hospitals trust seeks permission to install a new 12-bed modular critical care assessment ward off the existing frailty ward in Lincoln.
Lincolnshire Police receives around 250 Covid-related calls a week over alleged lockdown breaches.
Health bosses have praised a “phenomenal achievement” after a third of Lincolnshire’s eligible population were vaccinated against coronavirus.