Another 148 people tested positive Corona Virus In Leeds in the past 24 hours – more than any area in Yorkshire.
However, there were no deaths in the city today (Sunday) among people who tested positive for the virus Two were recorded yesterday.
However, there were two more deaths of people across Yorkshire and more than 600 new cases were recorded.
Data published by Public Health England today (Sunday) shows that 621 cases of Covid-19 have been identified in the region in the past 24 hours.
This brings the total number of cases in Yorkshire since the start of the outbreak to 46,498 and the total in Leeds to 7,207.
The latest statistics come after the first Saturday since the 10 p.m. curfew began on pubs, bars and restaurants – and Crowds of people poured onto the streets in Leeds And all over the county late at night.
Newly confirmed cases of coronavirus in Yorkshire in the past 24 hours
- Leeds – 7059 was now 7,207 (+148)
- Wakefield – 2638 was now 2669 (+31)
- North Yorkshire – 3,560 was now 3,595 (+35)
- Sheffield – 5,852 was now 5,937 (+85)
- Barnsley – 2,420 was now 2,444 (+24)
- Bradford – Was 8,479 now 8,598 (+119)
- Calderdale – 1,670 was now 1,687 (+17)
- Rotherham – 2638 was now 2671 (+33)
- Kirklees – Was 4,196 now 4,256 (+60)
- York – 1,224 was now 1,246 (+22)
- Doncaster – 2,417 was now 2,434 (+17)
- East Yorkshire – 1,962 was now 1,983 (+21)
- Hull – was 1,742 now 1,751 (+9)
A further 5,693 cases have been recorded across the UK.
No new deaths were recorded in Leeds hospitals
No new deaths from Coronavirus have been recorded in Leeds in the past 24 hours, but two are all over Yorkshire.
The NHS Foundation Trust, Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust each recorded one death.
This brings the death toll across Yorkshire since the start of the outbreak to 2,633. The total in Leeds remains at 345.
Here is the total number of hospital deaths via Yorkshire trust funds:
- NHS York Teaching Hospital Foundation Fund: 214
- Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust: 82
- Sheffield NHS Foundation Fund for Children: 1
- The NHS Health and Social Care Foundation in Sheffield: 3
- Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Fund: 293 (+1)
- NHS Foundation Fund for the Leeds and York Partnership: 4
- Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: 341
- Rotherham Doncaster and the South Humber NHS Foundation Trust: 4
- NHS Bradford Teaching Hospital Foundation Fund: 253
- Rotherham NHS Foundation Fund: 208
- Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Fund: 149
- NHS Fund for Mid Yorkshire Hospitals: 343
- NHS Foundation Trust for Bradford Area Care: 2
- University of Hull Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust: 211
- Airedale NHS Foundation Fund: 111
- Doncaster and Bassetlow Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: 235
- Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust: 166 (+1)
- CIC City Healthcare Partnership – East Riding Community Hospital: 15
Nationwide, 17 new hospital deaths from Covid-19 have been recorded – including two in Yorkshire.
A spokesperson for the NHS said: “Another 17 people who tested positive for the Coronavirus (Covid-19) have died, bringing the total number of confirmed deaths reported in hospitals in England to 29,908.
The patients were between the ages of 49 and 93, and everyone except one (59 years old) knew the underlying health conditions.
The date of death ranges from 21 to 26 September 2020.
Their families have been informed. “
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Incidence rates in Yorkshire
Recent coronavirus infection rates in Leeds have continued to rise – a trend that has continued for several weeks now.
In the week of September 16 to September 23, there were 883 cases in the city, which means that the rate increased from 87.9 cases per 100,000 people to 111.3.
All but one area of Yorkshire showed an increase in average seven-day turnover, with Selby being the only region showing a decrease.
Elsewhere in the county, the rate of cases more than tripled in Richmond County, from 16.8 to 57.7, and the rate doubled in Harrogate.
You can find a file The full list of infection rates in Yorkshire is here.
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