Although this figure is relatively low compared to other regions such as Greater Manchester, it still shows that the virus is not going anywhere at the moment.
On Wednesday July 28, we reported that the county had recorded a total of 6,305 coronavirus cases since the start of the pandemic.
That figure has now risen to 6,326 cases according to the latest figures released by Public Health England today (August 1).
In Cheshire West and Chester, there are now 2,046 coronavirus cases, a jump of 15 since Wednesday.
Cheshire East has a total of 2,241 cases compared to 2,232 cases on Wednesday.
Warrington has just had a new case of the coronavirus since Wednesday, with a total of 1,343 cases.
Halton had two new cases this week, their number totaling 702 since the start of the pandemic.
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The North West remains the region with the highest number of coronavirus cases in England, with 46,105 cases.
The total number of coronavirus cases in England currently stands at 261,348.
It comes as the number of patient deaths in Cheshire hospitals remains at 722.
The four NHS trusts did not record any new coronavirus deaths overnight.