Here are the locations of the 85 cases of coronavirus recorded in Yorksire in the last 24 hours.
Both the East Riding of Yorkshire, and Hull recorded no further positive cases in the last 24 hours.
On Thursday (July 2) the way that positive cases were recorded by the NHS changed and they now include historic pillar two data – which had been previously unreported.
This means that there are now a greater number of positive cases being recorded each day, but this does not mean that there are a greater number of people testing positive for the virus.
Before July 2, recorded positive cases only included pillar one figures – which came from hospital and health care testing – but the historic pillar two data that is now being recorded also includes figures from fixed testing sites, mobile and home testing data.
The real number of positive coronavirus cases reported in Yorkshire
*It is important to stress these are not all new coronavirus cases but ones previously not included from pillar two testing
- Barnsley – was 1,888 now 1,891
- Bradford – was 4,182 now 4,213
- Calderdale – was 665 now 666
- Doncaster – was 1,969 now 1,972
- East Riding of Yorkshire – still 1,638
- Hull – still 1,537
- Kirklees – was 2,011 now 2,033
- Leeds – was 3,605 now 3,610
- North Yorkshire – was 2,516 now 2,517
- Rotherham – was 1,874 now 1,879
- Sheffield – was 3,958 now 3,962
- Wakefield – was 1,632 now 1,641
- York – was 901 now 902
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