Durham appears to have broken its record for new COVID-19 cases reported in a single day.
On Sunday, 205 new cases were confirmed.
The previous record was 204 cases on January 9, during the height of the second wave.
No new deaths were reported, leaving the death toll in the region at 307.
Of those who have died, 217 were residents at long-term care or retirement homes.
The number of COVID-19 variant cases identified in the region is up to 73.
To date there have been 13,756 cases in Durham, with 12,510 of those cases now listed as resolved.
There are currently 939 active cases in the region.
Of those, 907 people are isolating at home and 32 are in hospital.
Nine of the people in hospital are in the ICU.
Some of the cases that were added to regional totals are from previous days.
Here is the regional breakdown as of Sunday:
The regional data for two confirmed cases is under investigation.