Yorkshire confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 337 in new figures
The confirmed coronavirus cases total in Yorkshire has risen by 337.
According to new figures, the total coronavirus cases in Yorkshire now totals 5481.
This is an increase of 337 from Monday's figures.
The highest recorded total in one area is Sheffield, with 1,316 confirmed cases.
The full figures for each Yorkshire area are as follows:
Barnsley - 372
Bradford - 467
Calderdale - 155
Doncaster - 208
East Riding - 223
Hull (Kingston upon Hull) - 135
Kirklees - 354
Leeds - 734
North East Lincolnshire - 79
North Lincolnshire - 124
North Yorkshire - 486
Rotherham - 364
Sheffield - 1316
Wakefield - 335
York - 129
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