A further 171 people have tested positive for coronavirus in Yorkshire, figures from the last 24 hours show.
The sharpest increase was recorded in Bradford with 73 new cases followed by Leeds and Kirklees with 18 each.
While this could be due to the number of tests being carried out, Bradford currently also has the third-highest infection rate in the country.
The city has recorded 5,411 confirmed cases of the virus during the pandemic, with an infection rate of 1,002.5 cases per 100,000 people.
So far 32,145 people have contracted the disease in Yorkshire since the outbreak began and 2,578 people have lost their lives in our county’s hospitals after testing positive for the disease.
Confirmed cases of coronavirus in Yorkshire
- Leeds – was 3,951 now 3,969 (+18)
- Wakefield – was 1,912 now 1,920 (+8)
- North Yorkshire – still 2,600
- Sheffield – was 4,348 now 4,362 (+14)
- Barnsley – was 2,015 now 2,027 (+12)
- Bradford – was 5,338 now 5,411 (+73)
- Calderdale – was 964 now 977 (+13)
- Rotherham – was 2,075 now 2,082 (+7)
- Kirklees – was 2,567 now 2,585 (+18)
- York – still 929
- Doncaster – was 2,039 now 2,042 (+3)
- East Riding of Yorkshire – was 1,658 now 1,660 (+2)
- Hull – was 1,578 now 1,581 (+3)
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 over the past 24 hours in specific neighbourhoods or postcodes.
However, on an interactive map designed by Public Health England, you can view coronavirus cases recorded in specific areas from July 27 to August 2.
This map is refreshed each Thursday with data from the previous week.
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