Leeds recorded most new covid cases in Yorkshire as the rollout vaccine is ready

Leeds recorded most new covid cases in Yorkshire as the rollout vaccine is ready

In the last 24 hours in Leeds, far more new cases of coronavirus have been reported in Yorkshire.

On the last day before the newly approved Pfizer vaccine traveled around the country, Leeds identified 142 more cases of the killer virus.

In the good news, no new covidia deaths have been reported in district hospitals, and infection rates have dropped dramatically.

This is in contrast to many places in Yorkshire where infection rates have risen since the end of the national lockout.

Doncaster, Scarborough and Craven have seen a slight increase in seven days to December 3.

142 new covid cases in Leeds

According to the latest figures, 142 positive coronavirus tests have been carried out in Leeds.

This is the highest number of new cases anywhere in Yorkshire.

Across the country, a total of 924 new cases were identified.

Results returned positive in the last 24 hours from all county centers.

  • Leeds – now 36,666 was 36,808 (142)
  • York was 5,753 now 5,774 (21)
  • The solution was now 10,829 10,895 (66)
  • Kirklees was 19,870 now 19,978 (108)
  • Bradford now has 30,043 30,147 (104)
  • Calderdale is now 8,414 8,472 (58)
  • Wakefield was 14,089 now 14,153 (64)
  • Doncaster was now 12,413 12,476 (63)
  • Rotherham was 11,398 now 11,456 (58)
  • Barnsley 10,782 was now 10,818 (36)
  • Yorkshire’s East Riding is now 10,238 10,295 (57)
  • Sheffield was now 26,121, 26,192 (71).
  • North Yorkshire now has 13,859 13,935 (76)

No new Kovid deaths in Leeds

No new coronavirus deaths have been reported in Leeds in the last 24 years.

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According to the latest figures, however, 22 more people have died of coronavirus in Yorkshire hospitals.

Figures published by Public Health England show that deaths have been reported in seven NHS trusts in the last 24 hours.

The most recent deaths occurred at Doncaster and Betsla Teaching Hospitals, where nine more died.

Nationally, a total of 190 hospital patients lost their lives to the killer virus.

A spokesman for the NHS said: “Another 190 people who tested positive for coronavirus (Covid-19) have died, bringing the total number of confirmed deaths at hospitals in England to 42,579.

“Patients ranged in age from 49 to 100 years. Except for five (aged 50 to 77), everyone was aware of their poor health.

“The date of death is from November 2 to December 6, 2020 and the majority is on or after December 4.

“His family has been notified.”

  • Eridale NHS Foundation Trust: 172
  • Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 330 (2)
  • City Health Care Partnership CIC-East Riding Community Community City Hospital: 15
  • Bradford Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 402 (5)
  • Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust: 311
  • Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust: 1
  • Doncaster and Basetla Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 450 (9)
  • Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust: 104
  • Hull University Teaching Hospital NHS Trust: 387 (2)
  • Sheffield Health and Social Care, NHS Foundation Trust: 3
  • Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 602
  • Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust: 2
  • Mid Yorkshire Hospital NHS Trust: 589 (1)
  • Rodram Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust: 8
  • Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 507
  • Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust: 354 (2)
  • Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust: 4
  • York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 313 (1)
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Latest infection rates in Leeds

The latest infection rate figures published by Public Health England show a significant decline in Leeds.

The case rate (per 100,000 people) dropped from 190.1 in December to 149.5 in seven days.

Meanwhile, rates have begun to rise in a handful of places around Yorkshire.

Doncaster, Scarborough and Craven have seen a slight increase in seven days to December 3.

Here is the complete list. From left to right, it reads: Local authority name; Rate of new cases in seven days till December 3; Number of new cases recorded (in brackets) from seven days to December 3; The rate of new cases on November 26 in seven days; Number of new cases registered in brackets in seven days from November 26 (in brackets).

  • Doncaster, 214.5, (669), 203.0, (633) o
  • Bradford, 203.6, (1099), 257.0, (1387) o
  • Hull, 201.7, (524), 303.0, (787)
  • Kirklees, 200.1, (880), 267.2, (1175) o
  • Rotherham, 188.4, (500), 208.0, (552) o
  • Wakefield, 176.9, (616), 242.6, (845) o
  • Scarborough, 162.7, (177), 149.0, (162) o
  • East Riding of Yorkshire, 155.1, (529), 201.1, (686)
  • Barnsley, 151.5, (374), 206.2, (509) o
  • Leeds, 149.5, (1186), 190.1, (1508)
  • Sheffield, 147.6, (863), 181.8, (1063) o
  • Craven, 138.3, (79), 122.5, (70) o
  • Selby, 98.2, (89), 156.7, (142)
  • Harrogate, 95.8, (154), 97.0, (156) o
  • Richmondshire, 94.9, (51), 113.5, (61) o
  • Rydell, 72.2, (40), 99.3, (55) o
  • Hamilton, 63.3, (58), 109.2, (100)
  • York, 60.3, (127), 96.9, (204)

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