Figures increase dramatically after results from testing centres such as Lincolnshire Showground are included.
This month has seen the lowest tally of confirmed cases of coronavirus since the beginning of the outbreak.
There have been no recorded coronavirus-related deaths in Lincolnshire today [Monday].
Lincolnshire County Council’s highways boss provided an update on a number of schemes across the county.
There have been two coronavirus-related deaths reported in Lincolnshire hospitals on Friday.
There have been no reported hospital deaths related to COVID-19 in Greater Lincolnshire.
The decision to downgrade Grantham's A&E as part of coronavirus containment plans “will be reviewed quarterly' says the health secretary.
A public health boss expects localised outbreaks connected to businesses or schools, rather than a widespread surge in cases.
More than 2.2 million people have been designated as 'extremely vulnerable'.
The county will have gone 24 days without any deaths in hospitals if no new deaths are reported today.
Councils face hits to their incomes as well as additional costs to tackle COVID-19
Today's government statistics show that the county’s hospital deaths remained at 140.
The county has seen no new positive coronavirus cases for the second day.
There have been no additional reported COVID-19 deaths at Lincolnshire’s Hospitals for six days.
Eleven deaths have been recorded in Grantham so far.
But MPs are calling for the social distancing rule to be dropped in order to help the economy.
Organisers of the Fighting 4 Grantham Hospital group will hold the demonstration.
The total number of deaths at ULHT hospitals remains at 136.
Hospitals trust wants to make temporary changes, including downgrade of A&E, to ensure hospital is free of Covid-19.
The last reported fatality at United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust was on June 6.