Coronavirus in the Northwest: all cases confirmed in the Northwest on Wednesday, May 27, 2020

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The latest figures from Public Health England show a total of 265,227 laboratorycases confirmed in the United Kingdom.

It means another 2004 people have tested positive since Tuesday, May 26, with another 134 recorded deaths.

Since the start of the epidemic, there have been a total of 37,048 deaths associated with COVID-19 in the United Kingdom.

The figures include all deaths of people who have had a positive test result confirmed by a public health laboratory or the NHS.

Since April 29, the death toll now covers all areas, including nursing homes.

These are the figures for the North West

In the Northwest today (Wednesday, May 27, 2020), there are a total of 25,158 confirmed cases – an increase of 147.

It’s every confirmed case in the Northwest

In the order of local upper-level authorities (for example, Lancashire County Council, Blackpool Council, etc.) most affected:

Lancashire – 3542 (instead of 3521) – Preston – 424, South Ribble – 249, Chorley – 334, Lancaster – 795, Ribble Valley – 94, Wyre – 340, Burnley – 192, Pendle – 184

Cumbria – 2200 (instead of 2196)

Liverpool – 1602 (instead of 1592)

Manchester – 1538 (versus 1529)

Wirral – 1252 (instead of 1243)

Cheshire East – 1.201 (vs. 1.188)

Wigan – 1175 (vs. 1157)

Cheshire West and Chester – 1,096 (versus 1,087)

Oldham – 1065 (versus 1058)

Stockport – 1042 (instead of 1039)

Bolton – 1001 (unchanged)

Salford – 922 (instead of 918)

Sefton – 924 (instead of 915)

Trafford – 800 (no change)

Rochdale – 769 (instead of 765)

Warrington – 762 (was 758)

St Helens – 752 (instead of 750)

Tameside – 701 (instead of 696)

Knowsley – 660 (was 659)

Blackpool – 620 (instead of 609)

Blackburn with Darwen – 407 (no change)

TOTAL CONFIRMED CASES – 25,158

Data provided by Public Health England. You can view the data here.

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