Area breakdown of 104 newly confirmed coronavirus cases in Yorkshire

A further 104 people in Yorkshire have tested positive for coronavirus, latest figures show.

This means that – according to official figures – 29,545 people have contracted the disease so far.

The biggest jump in the last 24 hours was recorded in Bradford, with 32 new cases.

Kirklees also saw a rise in infections with 24, followed by Calderdale with 12.

York and East Riding of Yorkshire were the only areas to not have recorded any new cases, while North Yorkshire and Hull recorded one new case each.

A high number of newly confirmed cases could be down to the amount of tests being carried out.

Data of all positive cases being released now includes historic pillar two data, which comes from fixed testing sites, mobile and home testing data.

Before this, figures of positive cases only included pillar one figures which came from hospital and health care testing.

Confirmed cases of coronavirus in Yorkshire

  • Leeds – was 3,702 now 3,704 (+2)
  • Wakefield – was 1,749 now 1,753 (+4)
  • North Yorkshire – was 2,541 now 2,542 (+1)
  • Sheffield – was 4,067 now 4,076 (+9)
  • Barnsley – was 1,925 now 1,927 (+2)
  • Bradford – was 4,488 now 4,520 (+32)
  • Calderdale – was 721 now 733 (+12)
  • Rotherham – was 1,941 now 1,952 (+11)
  • Kirklees – was 2,198 now 2,222 (+24)
  • York – still 912
  • Doncaster – was 2,006 now 2,012 (+6)
  • East Riding of Yorkshire – still 1,645
  • Hull – was 1,546 now 1,547 (+1)


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