This is an increase of 138 on yesterday's figures.
A total of 759 people have died in the UK after testing positive for Covid-19.
The number of deaths rose by 181 from the 578 confirmed as of 5pm on March 25.
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The Department of Health added the number of people who had tested positive for Covid-19 was now 14,579 as of 9am on Friday, up from 11,658 at the same point on Thursday.
A total of 113,777 people have been tested with 99,198 testing negative.
Here is the full list of cases in Yorkshire:
Bradford - 29
Wakefield - 34
Sheffield - 286
Barnsley - 42
Rotheram - 39
North Yorkshire - 69
East Riding of Yorkshire - 23
Kingston Upon Hull, City Of - 5
Kirklees - 33
Calderdale - 11
York - 17
Doncaster - 24
Leeds - 80