The locations of 134 new cases of coronavirus recorded in Yorkshire

Over 100 new cases of coronavirus have been recorded across Yorkshire.

The latest data from the government shows 134 cases have been confirmed, with Kirklees and Leeds recording the highest number of new cases with 38 and 26 respectively.

While testing has been ramped up in the parts of West Yorkshire currently facing extra restrictions, infection rates have also been increasing, and stricter lockdown measures will continue for another week.

People in Bradford are living with stricter restrictions than anywhere else in Yorkshire.

In the latest figures from Public Helath England, 11 areas of Yorkshire have seen their coronavirus infection rate rise, with the most significant rises in Wakefield, Sheffield, Barnsley, Richmondshire and the East Riding of Yorkshire.

Below is a breakdown of the latest coronavirus cases recorded across Yorkshire in the 24 hours to 4pm on Saturday August 15.

Confirmed cases of coronavirus in Yorkshire

  • Leeds – was 4,068, now 4,094 (+26)
  • Wakefield – was 1,976, now 1,989 (+13)
  • North Yorkshire – was 2,628, now 2,636 (+8)
  • Sheffield – was 4,473, now 4,488 (+15)
  • Barnsley – was 2,067, now 2,073 (+6)
  • Bradford – was 5,642, now 5,685 (+13)
  • Calderdale – was 1,046, now 1,056 (+10)
  • Rotherham – was 2,113, now 2,121 (+8)
  • Kirklees – was 2,707, now 2,735 (+28)
  • York – remains 938
  • Doncaster – was 2,053, now 2,054 (+1)
  • East Yorkshire – was 1,671, now 1,672 (+1)
  • Hull – was 1,588, now 1,593 (+5)

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