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Confirmed coronavirus cases in our region up by 105

This means 462 people in the region have now tested positive since the start of the outbreak. Credit: PA Images

A further 105 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed by Public Health England in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire in 24 hours.

This means 462 people in the region have now tested positive since the start of the outbreak.

The true figure is likely to be much higher because people with symptoms who are isolating at home are not being routinely tested.

As of 9am on 25 March, a total of 97,019 people have been tested in the UK, of which 87,490 were confirmed negative and 9,529 were confirmed positive.

463 patients in the UK who tested positive have died.

In our region, Sheffield has the highest number of confirmed cases, currently standing at 174.

  • Sheffield 174 (130)
  • Leeds 53 (42)
  • North Yorkshire 45 (30)
  • Lincolnshire 31 (24)
  • Kirklees 20 (17)
  • Rotherham 20 (16)
  • East Yorkshire 19 (16)
  • Barnsley 19 (15)
  • Wakefield 19 (13)
  • Bradford 16 (14)
  • Doncaster 15 (13)
  • York 14 (11)
  • Calderdale 7 (7)
  • North Lincolnshire 5 (5)
  • North East Lincolnshire 3 (3)
  • Hull 2 (1)

The first figure below is the cumulative confirmed cases by local authority up to today, provided by Public Health England. The figure in brackets is the total up to yesterday.

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