Latest figures confirm 37 more Covid deaths in Yorkshire hospitals

A total of 37 more people have died after testing positive for Covid-19 in Yorkshire hospitals, NHS England has confirmed.

Saturday, 24th October 2020, 3:15 pm
Updated Saturday, 24th October 2020, 3:17 pm
A total of 37 more people have died after testing positive for Covid-19 in Yorkshire hospitals, NHS England has confirmed.

14 people died in Leeds.

Two people died in hospitals in Airedale.

Eight people have died in hospitals in Bradford.

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Four people have died in hospitals in Calderdale and Huddersfield.

Four people died in hospitals in Doncaster.

One person died in hospital in Hull.

One person died in a hospital under the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust - which covers Wakefield, Dewsbury and Pontefract.

One person died in Rotherham.

One person died in Sheffield.

One person died in hospitals under the York Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

The death toll in the region now stands at 3,226.

In England, a total of 185 people have died.

10 people have died in the East of England, 11 people have died in London, 28 people have died in the Midlands, 11 people have died in the North East, 74 people have died in the North West, nine people have died in the South East and five people have died in the South West.

Patients were aged between 32 and 98 years old.

NHS England publishes the number of patients who have died in hospital and tested positive for COVID-19 in England.

Since Tuesday, April 28 NHS England and NHS Improvement also reports the number of patient deaths where there has been no COVID-19 positive test result, but where COVID-19 is documented as a direct or underlying cause of death on part 1 or part 2 of the death certification process.