Confirmed number of coronavirus cases in Yorkshire rises to 1,660

Across Yorkshire and the Humber, the number of confirmed cases has reached 1,660, according to figures released by Public Health England.

Wednesday, 1st April 2020, 6:08 pm
Updated Wednesday, 1st April 2020, 6:12 pm

In the UK confirmed cases have risen by 4,324 in the past 24 hours.

The total of confirmed cases in the UK is 29,474 cases.

This data is correct as of 9am on Wednesday, April 1.

Across Yorkshire and the Humber, the number of confirmed cases has reached 1,660, accordingto figures released by Public Health England.

There have been 2,352 deaths in the UK, including the death of a 13-year-old with no underlying health conditions.

This data is correct as of 5pm on Tuesday, March 31.

The list of Yorkshire cases in full:

Barnsley 122

Bradford 95

Calderdale 54

Doncaster 79

East Riding 46

Hull (Kingston upon Hull) 14

Kirklees 101

Leeds 192

North East Lincolnshire 23

North Lincolnshire 23

North Yorkshire 149

Rotherham 107

Sheffield 541

Wakefield 79

York 35

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