As of today (September 7), Bedford has recorded four new cases, with a total of 1,464 people now diagnosed with the deadly virus, according to the latest figures from Public Health England.
Central Bedfordshire also has four new cases, with a total of 1,386 and Luton has eight, with a new total of 1,778.
There were no deaths recorded for the whole of the county.
Five Bedford people die from Covid in a week
Bedford's Covid cases remain high in Wixams, Castle and Bromham & Biddenham
Hospital waiting lists: The busiest departments at Bedfordshire Hospitals Trust
Fertility rate in Bedford one of the highest in the country
NHS staffing crisis: Bedfordshire Hospitals Trust's workforce in numbers
Nationally, the death toll has been 'recalculated' by officials. The new count is based on a new definition of who has died from Covid-19.
Previously, people in England who died at any stage following a positive test, regardless of the cause of their death, were counted in the figures.
However, there is now a cut off point of 28 days from the first laboratory-confirmed positive COVID test.
Meanwhile, Buckinghamshire has 2,004 cases, Hertfordshire has 4,980 and Milton Keynes has 997 cases.
Previous data shared by Public Health England relied solely on Pillar 1 (testing from Public Health England and NHS Hospital Trusts), but as of Thursday, July 2, the information includes Pillar 2 (non-clinical and commercial testing).
It has seen a radical overhaul of how coronavirus infection data is presented across the country, with hundreds of new cases emerging in individual authorities.
The new figures are recorded between 5pm the previous day to 5pm.
Nationally, the number of coronavirus cases now stands at 350,100. The number of deaths has been recorded as 41,554.
The figures come from the Government website which is available for the public to view here