Coronavirus in the North West: all cases confirmed in the North West on Tuesday 30 June 2020

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Nationally, the latest figures from Public Health England show a total of 311 965 laboratoryconfirmed cases across the UK.

It means another 815 people tested positive on Monday June 29, with another 25 recorded deaths.

Since the start of the epidemic, there have been a total of 43,575 deaths associated with COVID-19 in the United Kingdom.

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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 number of deaths includes all walks of life, including nursing homes.

These are the figures for the North West

In the Northwest today (Tuesday June 30, 2020), there are a total of 27,272 confirmed cases – an increase of 3 case.

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 – 3850 (instead of 3849)

Cumbria – 2290 (versus 2288)

Manchester – 1743 (versus 1740)

Liverpool – 1679 (instead of 1684)

Wirral – 1365 (versus 1364)

Cheshire East – 1,355 (unchanged)

Cheshire West and Chester – 1245 (vs. 1243)

Wigan – 1231 (instead of 1233)

Oldham – 1159 (instead of 1157)

Stockport – 1,091 (vs. 1,092)

Bolton – 1061 (vs. 1060)

Salford – 983 (instead of 982)

Sefton – 980 (vs. 979)

Rochdale – 887 (versus 886)

Trafford – 885 (versus 884)

Tameside – 881 (No change)

Warrington – 806 (instead of 807)

St Helens – 766 (instead of 767)

Blackpool – 682 (unchanged)

Knowsley – 677 (instead of 679)

Blackburn with Darwen – 422 (unchanged)

Location not yet confirmed – 416

TOTAL CONFIRMED CASES – 27,272

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

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