Derbyshire County Council has confirmed on it's Coronavirus 'Micro site' that a fifth person in the county has contracted the illness,
The council has confirmed that the latest case is the first to be diagnosed in the North East Derbyshire/ Bolsover region.
There are currently no confirmed cases in Chesterfield, Amber Valley or Derbyshire Dales.
You can get the latest information on cases locally here:
Three cases have been confirmed in the High Peak area, with one also confirmed in Erewash.
From tomorrow, anyone in the UK with a new cough or temperature is being asked to self-isolate for seven days as a precaution, to prevent the spread.
Medical experts say it's to protect older and vulnerable people, and delay the peak of the epidemic.
People with minor symptoms are also being told not to call 111.
But Boris Johnson says schools AREN'T being closed - and there's no need yet to cancel big gatherings.
The FTSE 100 has suffered its biggest one-day fall since 1987.
The UK's biggest companies have had 160-billion pounds wiped off their value because of investors' concerns about the virus.
Two more people have died after being diagnosed with Covid-19 in the UK.
The NHS says they both had other illnesses.
590 people have now tested positive.