Location of all coronavirus cases in Yorkshire as figure passes 9,000

Coronavirus cases in Yorkshire have passed 9,000 as new figures are released.

By Daniel Sheridan
Monday, 27th April 2020, 9:14 pm
Updated Monday, 27th April 2020, 9:16 pm

A total of 9,222 cases have now been confirmed in Yorkshire.

In the region, Sheffield has the most cases with 1,952 confirmed.

Leeds cases have increased by 64 since Sunday's figures were released - with a total of 1,273.

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Nationally, there have now been more than 150,000 confirmed cases - totalling 152,840.

The full figures for cases across Yorkshire are as follows:

Barnsley - 569

Bradford - 768

Calderdale - 229

Doncaster - 391

East Riding - 501

Hull (Kingston upon Hull) - 396

Kirklees - 521

Leeds - 1,273

North East Lincolnshire - 128

North Lincolnshire - 313

North Yorkshire - 836

Rotherham - 616

Sheffield - 1,952

Wakefield - 478

York - 251

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