Figures released by NHS England show 127 deaths were recorded in the country's hospitals in the 24 hours to 4pm on Sunday (February 28), including 18 in Yorkshire and The Humber.
The deaths were between December 9 2021 to February 28 2021.
The time taken for positive results to be received is among the potential factors in a delay between a death happening and being recorded.
Since April 28 2020, NHS England and NHS Improvement also started to report the number of patient deaths where there has been no Covid-19 positive test result but it is documented as a direct or underlying cause of death in the death certification process.
The figures for the latest reporting period show there were 16 such deaths in England.
A total of 8,361 people have died with the virus in Yorkshire according to statistics.
Deaths were recorded at the following hospital trusts in Yorkshire and the Humber:
Airedale NHS Foundation Trust - 1
Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 3
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: 1
Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust: 1
Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: 2
Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust - 1
Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust: 2
The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust - 1
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: 1
York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust - 1
According to Government data, a total of 10,418 patients across all hospital trusts and community settings in Yorkshire and the Humber have died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19 up to March 1.
This equates to 189.3 deaths per 100,000 people since the pandemic began.
Separate Office for National Statistics data, updated weekly, shows there have been a total of 11,499 deaths recorded in Yorkshire and The Humber where the death certificate mentioned Covid-19 as one of the causes.
This equates to 209 deaths per 100,000 people since the pandemic began.