There have been ZERO Covid deaths recorded across Birmingham for the first time in months.
NHS England released its figures before 2pm on March 25, with the Thursday stats revealed.
England recorded yet more further Covid deaths but the week on week figure continues to drop.
And the Midlands is mirroring the national picture, with the number of deaths plummeting week on week.
Birmingham and the Black Country’s NHS trusts and hospitals are included in the Midlands figures.
Other areas to be represented by the Midlands stats released by NHS England each day include Shropshire and Staffordshire.
Warwickshire and Worcestershire are also included, as well as Coventry, and swathes of the East Midlands.
This includes Northamptonshire and Lincolnshire, alongside Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire.
The latest figures have been released on the same day it emerged all five of the fastest rising rates in England are in Midlands areas.
Warwickshire and the Black Country seem badly affected by rises in infections, as do parts of the East Midlands.
Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust – 1
Northampton General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust – 2
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust – 1
Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust – 1
The Dudley Group Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust – 1
University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire – 2
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Foundation Trust- 5
University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Foundation Trust- 2
Walsall Healthcare Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust – 1
Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust- 1