On Monday, the weekly rate of new cases of coronavirus for every local authority in England was announced.
The figures are representative of both pillar one and pillar two data, which provides a detailed scope of the current covid situation in the UK.
Pillar one data includes tests that have been carried out in laboratories, while pillar two data includes figures from fixed and mobile testing sites, and home tests.
The figures below are expressed as the new number of new cases per 100,000 of the population and Bradford still remains Yorkshire’s coronavirus hotspot, according to the data.
The new list, which is based on the latest Public Health England figures, shows the rate of new cases in the seven days to July 10, followed by the equivalent figure for the previous seven days to July 3.
This is how rates have changed over the past week in Yorkshire:
- Bradford – 34.1, was 37.6
- Kirklees – 27.6, was 33.7
- Calderdale – 19.5, was 12.4
- Wakefield – 18.0, was 10.1
- Rotherham – 14.7, was 27.6
- Sheffield – 13.0, was 22.1
- Barnsley – 11.4, was 24.9
- Leeds – 7.3, was 8.1
- Doncaster – 7.1, was 12.2
- Selby – 4.5, was 6.7
- York – 2.9, was 3.3
- East Riding of Yorkshire – 2.4, was 3.8
- Hull – 1.5, was 3.5
- Scarborough – 0.0, was 0.9
Wakefield and Calderdale were the only areas in Yorkshire to have experienced a rise in cases, while Scarborough now has no coronavirus cases, according to the latest data.
Meanwhile, every other area saw a drop in cases.