Coronavirus in the Northwest: It’s all confirmed cases in the Northwest on Saturday August 1, 2020

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Nationwide, the latest figures from Public Health England show a total of 303 181 laboratoryconfirmed cases across the UK.

It means another 880 people tested positive on Friday August 1 with another 120 deaths recorded across Great Britain.

Since the start of the epidemic, there have been a total of 46 119 recorded deaths associated with COVID-19 in the UK.

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This is all confirmed cases in the northwest

The figures include all deaths of people with positive test results confirmed by a public health or NHS laboratory.

Since April 29, the death toll includes all settings, including nursing homes.

These are the numbers for the Northwest

In the Northwest today (Saturday August 1, 2020), there are a total of 46 105 confirmed cases – an increase in 223 case.

In order of the higher-level local authorities (e.g. Lancashire County Council, Blackpool Council, etc.) most affected:

Lancashire – 7,116 (vs. 37 vs. 7.079)

Manchester – 3269 (against 34 against 3235)

Cumbria – 2832 (6 vs. 2826)

Liverpool – 2556 (15 vs. 2541)

Cheshire East – 2241 (vs. 4 vs. 2237)

Wigan – 2179 (2 instead of 2177)

Oldham – 2121 (19 instead of 2102)

Wirral – 2067 (5 contre 2062)

Cheshire West and Chester – 2040 (vs. 3 vs. 2037)

Bolton – 1987 (11 against 1976)

Rochdale – 1864 (10 against 1854)

Stockport – 1735 (7 against 1728)

Tameside – 1,610 (11 vs. 1,599)

Sefton – 1570 (3 vs. 1567)

Salford – 1453 (7 instead of 1446)

Trafford – 1426 (11 vs. 1415)

Blackburn avec Darwen – 1388 (14 against 1374)

Warrington – 1343 (1 vs. 1342)

St Helens – 1203 (1 instead of 1204)

Knowsley – 1013 (vs. 4 vs. 1009)

Blackpool – 1,049 (versus 3 versus 1,046)

Location not yet confirmed – 702

TOTAL CONFIRMED CASES – 46 105

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

For more advice on how you can protect yourself, visit the NHS website.

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