A further 345 people have tested positive for coronavirus in Yorkshire over the past two days.
This brings the total number of confirmed and reported cases in the county to 32,970.
The latest figures published by Public Health England are thought to be from the past 48 hours, rather than the usual 24 because no figures were released yesterday due to “technical difficulties”.
While testing has been ramped up in parts of West Yorkshire currently facing extra restrictions, infection rates have also been increasing.
The lowest number of new cases were reported in York, Hull and Doncaster, with three, three and five new cases respectively.
Confirmed cases of coronavirus in Yorkshire
Public Health England did not publish case numbers yesterday due to technical difficulties.
So today’s figures are compared with the figures published on Wednesday, August 12.
- Leeds – was 4,028 now 4,068 (+40)
- Wakefield – was 1,951 now 1,976 (+25)
- North Yorkshire – was 2,614 now 2,628 (+14)
- Sheffield – was 4,435 now 4,473 (+38)
- Barnsley – was 2,045 now 2,067 (+22)
- Bradford – was 5,543 now 5,642 (+99)
- Calderdale – was 1,020 now 1,046 (+26)
- Rotherham – was 2,098 now 2,113 (+15)
- Kirklees – was 2,660 now 2,707 (+47)
- York – was 935 now 938 (+3)
- Doncaster – was 2,050 now 2,053 (+3)
- East Yorkshire – was 1,663 now 1,671 (+8)
- Hull – was 1,583 now 1,588 (+5)
Due to the way cases are reported by Public Health England we are unable to provide a more exact breakdown of the increase of Covid-19 cases in specific neighbourhoods or postcodes.
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