More than 1,000 new cases and 41 deaths – but infection rates are declining across Yorkshire in the latest figures

According to the latest data, more than a thousand new coronavirus cases have been found across Yorkshire.

As of today (Tuesday, December 15), 1,102 people have tested positive for the virus, according to government figures.

Leeds, Bradford and Sheffield are the only three cities to record more than 120 new cases. There were 27 cases in Yorkshire – the lowest number in Yorkshire.

There were also 41 deaths in hospital trusts across the region. Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust had the highest death toll at 11 on record.

In the UK, 18,450 new coronavirus cases and 506 deaths were recorded.

New coronavirus case

A further 1,102 new carniviruses have been recorded in the last 24 hours across Yorkshire.

Leeds recorded the most new cases at this time 128; Followed by Bradford 126 and Sheffield 122.

York again recorded only 27 in a few cases.

Yorkshire’s latest new Covid-19 lawsuit:

  • Leeds – now 37,906 was 38,034 (+128)

  • York – now 5,918 was 5,945 (+27)

  • Current – now 11,368 was 11,432 (+64)

  • Kirklees – 20,657 now 20,755 (+98)

  • Bradford – now 31,093 now 31,219 (+126)

  • Calderdale – 8,791 now 8,839 (+48)

  • Wakefield – 14,689 now 14,760 (+71)

  • Doncaster – now 13,088 now 13,180 (+92)

  • Rotherham – now 12,101 was now 12,156 (+55)

  • Barnsley – now 11,167 was 11,243 (+76))

  • East Riding of Yorkshire – now 10,737 was 10,840 (+103)

  • Sheffield – now 27,042 was 27,164 (+122)

  • North Yorkshire – now 14,562 was 14,654 (+92)

Death in Yorkshire

According to the latest data from NHS England, 41 coronaviruses have died in hospitals across Yorkshire.

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In England, 293 more people died of coronavirus-positive tests, bringing the total number of confirmed deaths at hospitals in England to 44,7577.

Patients ranged in age from 38 to 98 years. All but eight, aged 59 to 86, knew the underlying health condition.

Date of death from 31st October to 14202020.

Their families have been informed.

Total number of coronavirus deaths at Yorkshire hospital:

  • Airdale NHS Foundation Trust: 176 (+2)

  • Bernsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 353 (+5)

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

  • Bradford Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 415 (+2)

  • Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust: 325 (+1)

  • Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust: 1

  • Doncaster and Bassetla Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 474

  • Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust: 106

  • Hal University Teaching Hospital NHS Trust: 417 (+5)

  • Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust: 3

  • Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 644 (+11)

  • Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust: 2

  • Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust: 634 (+4)

  • Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust: 8

  • Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 524 (+2)

  • Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust: 379 (+3)

  • Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust: 4

  • York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 333 (+6)

The latest infection rate

According to the latest data, infection rates have risen in five places across Yorkshire.

Data indicate that the Doncaster rate stood at 233.2 from 1911, with 19 new cases recorded from seven days to 4 December.

Its infection rates have also risen in York, Barnsley, Sheffield and Selby.

Here is the full list. From left to right, it reads: Name of local authority; The rate of new cases within seven days is 11 December; Number of new cases recorded in brackets within seven days from 11 December (in parentheses); Seven-day new December 4 December rates; Number of new cases recorded from 7 days to 4 December (in brackets)

  • Rotherham, 233.2, (619), 191.0, (507) ↑

  • Doncaster, 191.4, (597), 209.7, (654) ↓

  • Hall, 190.5, (495), 195.2, (507) ↓

  • Bradford, 174.7, (943), 199.3, (1076)

  • Scarborough, 171.0, (186), 163.7, (178)

  • Kirklees, 166.9, (734), 196.5, (864) ↓

  • Wakefield, 160.8, (560), 178.3, (621) ↓

  • Calderdale, 158.0, (334), 203.4, (430) ↓

  • Barnsley, 147.4, (364), 145.8, (360) ↑

  • Sheffield, 140.9, (824), 137.6, (805) ↑

  • Leeds, 137.9, (1094), 145.4, (1153) ↓

  • Redcar and Cleveland, 137.8, (189), 140.0, (192) ↓

  • East Riding of Yorkshire, 129.3, (441), 149.8, (511).

  • Selby, 122.5, (111), 98.2, (89)

  • Craven, 103.3, (59), 155.8, (89) ↓

  • Harrogate, 83.9, (135), 97.0, (156) ↓

  • Richmondshire, 81.9, (44), 94.9, (51)

  • Rydell, 66.8, (37), 72.2, (40)

  • York, 65.5, (138), 61.2, (129)

  • Hambleton, 48.0, (44), 66.6, (61) ↓

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