Listed: Every confirmed coronavirus case across Yorkshire as total nears 8,000

This article refers to the Department of Health update on Thursday, April 23.

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A total of 7,928 people in Yorkshire have now tested positive for coronavirus.

Every coronavirus case confirmed in Yorkshire

The latest update from the Department of Health, which counts cases confirmed before 12.30am today, shows a rise of 246 cases in Yorkshire since the same time on Wednesday.

Sheffield is the worst-hit local authority area, with 1,751 confirmed cases, followed by Leeds with 1,049 cases.

In the UK, the total number of lab-confirmed cases is 138,078.

The death toll in UK hospitals now stands at 18,738, with 1,325 deaths confirmed in Yorkshire hospitals.

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

Barnsley - 495

Bradford - 647

Calderdale - 204

Doncaster - 326

East Riding - 412

Hull (Kingston upon Hull) - 320

Kirklees - 466

Leeds - 1,049

North East Lincolnshire - 109

North Lincolnshire - 244

North Yorkshire - 718

Rotherham - 537

Sheffield - 1,751

Wakefield - 441

York - 209

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