Hospital trusts across Yorkshire have not recorded a single coronavirus-related death over the past 24 hours.
It means the current total number of deaths recorded by hospitals in the county remains at 2,585.
There were two deaths recorded by Yorkshire hospitals yesterday – they were both announced by Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.
In England, a further eight people who tested positive for the virus have died, which brings the total number of confirmed reported deaths in English hospitals to 29,452.
Of the eight deaths recorded in England today, the patients were aged between 75 and 90 years old and all had known underlying health conditions.
It comes after it was announced parts of West Yorkshire will remain in a local lockdown for at least another week.
People in Calderdale, Kirklees and Bradford are banned from meeting people outside their household or bubble in private homes or gardens, though gatherings outside in public spaces of six or less are permitted.
Bradford continues to have the county’s highest infection rate.
Coronavirus hospital deaths in Yorkshire
York – 214
Harrogate – 82
Sheffield – 292
Leeds – 340
Rotherham – 210
Barnsley – 148
Mid Yorkshire – 334
Bradford – 238
Hull – 208
Airedale – 109
Doncaster – 233
Calderdale and Huddersfield – 162
Beverley – 15