Leeds records Yorkshire’s highest number of Kovid-19 cases in latest figures

Leeds recorded the highest number of covid incidents in Yorkshire in the past day, with 450.

A total of 16,401 cases have now been recorded in the city since the onset of the coronavirus epidemic.

However, despite recording a high number of cases in the last 24 hours, Leeds saw its infection rate decline during the week between 8 October and 15 October.

At that time, the city’s infection rate went from 426.8 per 100,000 people to 369.8 per 100,000 people.

Sheffield, the coveted hotspot in Yorkshire, has also seen its infection rate decline over the past few weeks.

This comes as three-tier talks continue across many parts of South and West Yorkshire.

But the government has warned it will intervene if there is no agreement.

In the last 24 hours in Yorkshire, newly confirmed:

  • Leeds – now 15,951 was 16,401 (+450)

  • Wakefield – now 4,856 was 5,035 (+179)

  • North Yorkshire – 5,853 now 5,970 (+117)

  • Sheffield – now 12,624 was 13,018 (+394)

  • Barnsley – now 4,469 (420)

  • Bradford – now 13,697 now 14,009 (+312)

  • Calderdale – now 3,027 was 3,132 (+105)

  • Rotherham – now 4,670 was 4,876 (+206)

  • Kirklees – 7,176 was now 7,422 (+ 246)

  • York – now 2,686 was 2,773 (+87)

  • Doncaster – 4,227 now 4,410 (+183)

  • East Yorkshire – now 3,236 now 3,321 (+85)

  • Current – now 2,540 was 2,572 (+32)

Twelve deaths have been recorded at Yorkshire Hospital

Twelve more people have been killed in the past day by hospital trustees across Yorkshire.

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These were recorded in York, Sheffield, Rotherham, Burnsley, Bradford and Huddersfield.

A further 76 deaths occurred in England, bringing the total number of deaths in English hospitals to 31,047.

Among the patients recorded on the last day, the underlying health status of all but 47 (99) and one (85) was known.

Here is the total number of hospital deaths at Yorkshire Trusts:

  • York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 224 (+1)

  • Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust: 83

  • Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust: 1

  • Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust: 3

  • Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 307 (+1)

  • Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust: 4

  • Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 355

  • Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust: 4

  • Bradford Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 271

  • Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust: 216 (+4)

  • Burnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 159 (+1)

  • Mid Yorkshire Hospital NHS Trust: 358

  • Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust: 277 (+4)

  • Hall University Teaching Hospital NHS Trust: 221

  • Airdale NHS Foundation Trust: 115

  • Doncaster and Bassetla Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 247

  • Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust: 185 (+1)

  • City Health Care Partnership CIC-East Riding Community Hospital: 15

Yorkshire infection rate

Sheffield, which has been Yorkshire’s coveted hotspot for several weeks, has seen its infection rate drop.

During the week between October 6th and October 15th, the city rate dropped from 396.0 per 100,000 people to 393.4 per 100,000 people.

Leeds also saw its infection rate drop, from 426.8 per 100,000 people to 369.8 per 100,000 people.

Other areas of declining infection rates are Harrogate and Craven in North Yorkshire.

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The latest Yorkshire infection rate

From left to right it reads: the name of the local authority; The rate of new cases within seven days of October 15; The number of new cases recorded in parentheses from day seven to October 15 (in parentheses); The rate of new cases within seven days is 8th October; Number of new cases recorded on October 8 in seven days (in brackets)

  • Sheffield 393.4 (2301), 496.0 (2901) ↓
  • Leeds 369.8 (2933), 426.8 (3385) ↓
  • Bradford 355.7 (1920), 326.1 (1760)
  • Barnsley 364.6 (900), 248.7 (614)
  • Rotherham 336.5 (893), 269.8 (716)
  • York 289.6 (610), 262.1 (552)
  • Kirklees 262.9 (1156), 242.6 (1067) ↑
  • Calderdale 254.4 (538), 249.7 (528) ↑
  • Wakefield 268.4 (935), 223.1 (777)
  • Doncaster 271.2 (846), 203.0 (633) ↑
  • Harrogate 163.5 (263), 165.4 (266) ↓
  • Selby 167.7 (152), 131.3 (119)
  • Craven 134.8 (77), 173.3 (99)
  • Hambleton 133.2 (122), 128.8 (118)
  • Yorkshire East Riding 149.5 (510), 129.3 (441) ↑
  • Current 123.6 (321), 102.0 (265)
  • Richmondshire 102.4 (55), 91.2 (49)

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