Confirmed coronavirus cases in Yorkshire reach 7,000 as new figures released
This article relates to Department of Health figures from Monday, April 20.
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A total of 7,031 people in Yorkshire have now tested positive for coronavirus.
The latest update from the Department of Health, accurate as of 2pm on Sunday, shows a rise of 150 cases in Yorkshire since the same time on Saturday.
Sheffield is the worst-hit local authority area, with 1,631 confirmed cases, followed by Leeds with 930 cases.
In the UK, the total number of lab-confirmed cases is 124,743.
The death toll in UK hospitals now stands at 16,509, with 1,130 deaths confirmed in Yorkshire hospitals.
The full list of confirmed cases by local authority area are as follows:
Barnsley - 458
Bradford - 571
Calderdale - 190
Doncaster - 266
East Riding - 337
Hull (Kingston upon Hull) - 258
Kirklees - 433
Leeds - 930
North East Lincolnshire - 92
North Lincolnshire - 171
North Yorkshire - 629
Rotherham - 478
Sheffield - 1,631
Wakefield - 404
York - 183
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