Full list of coronavirus cases in Yorkshire as UK death toll jumps past 20,000

A total of 8,659 people in Yorkshire have now tested positive for coronavirus.

Pictured is the NHS Nightingale Yorkshire and the Humber hospital which was opened by Captain Tom Moore. Photo: Simon Hulme.

The latest update from the Department of Health, which counts cases confirmed before 12.30am today, shows a rise of 333 cases in Yorkshire since the same time on Friday.

A further 60 people in Leeds have tested positive for coronavirus, bringing the city's total confirmed cases to 1,171.

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Sheffield is the worst-hit local authority area in Yorkshire with 1,901 confirmed cases, followed by Leeds.

Pictured is the NHS Nightingale Yorkshire and the Humber hospital which was opened by Captain Tom Moore. Photo: Simon Hulme.

In the UK, the total number of lab-confirmed cases is 148,377.

The death toll in UK hospitals now stands at 20,319, with 1,454 deaths confirmed in Yorkshire hospitals.

The full list of confirmed cases by local authority area are as follows:

Barnsley - 544

Bradford - 703

Calderdale - 216

Doncaster - 372

East Riding - 452

Hull (Kingston upon Hull) - 355

Kirklees - 484

Leeds - 1,171

North East Lincolnshire - 123

North Lincolnshire - 280

North Yorkshire - 776

Rotherham - 589

Sheffield - 1,901

Wakefield - 461

York - 232

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