Another 409 people contracted coronavirus before the Level 2 lockdown Teesside The next day, the numbers show the death of five patients due to illness.
Figures from Public Health England have recorded more cases in all four local authority areas.
162 of those who tested positive for the virus were in Stockton.
Middlesbrough It also witnessed an increase of 116 other cases.
The total number of coronavirus cases on Teesside has now reached 7,166.
The latest numbers are:
Middlesbrough – 2134 (up 116)
Stockton – 2309 (up from 162)
Red Car – 1373 (Top 75)
Hartlepool – 1350 (over 56)
Sunday’s figures showed that 32 more people who had tested positive for Covid-19 had died in England, bringing the total to 30,471.
Five deaths have been recorded in Northeast and Yorkshire, including one in Durham, but none has been in Teesside.
All but one person, aged 65, knew of basic health conditions.
On Saturday, five more coronavirus patients died in Teesside – the largest daily number announced in six months.
A total of 416 people have died, after testing positive for Covid-19, in hospitals in Teesside.
At the South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which operates James Cook University Hospital In Middlesbrough, 268 people lost their lives.
Also, 148 deaths have been recorded at the North Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which runs North Tees University Hospital In Stockton.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to introduce a new three-tiered system on Monday.
New restrictions are expected to be put in place to stop the spread of the Coronavirus.
Mayor of Wadi Tees bin Hoshin You were told that it was very likely that the entire Tees Valley would be placed at Level 2.