The locations of 134 new coronavirus cases recorded in Yorkshire

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More than 100 new cases of coronavirus have been recorded in Yorkshire.The latest government data shows 134 cases have been confirmed, with Kirklees and Leeds recording the highest number of new cases at 38 and 26 respectively.

As testing has been stepped up in parts of West Yorkshire currently facing additional restrictions, infection rates have also increased and tighter lockdown measures will continue for an additional week.

The people of Bradford live with stricter restrictions than anywhere else in Yorkshire.

In the latest figures from Public Helath England, 11 regions of Yorkshire have seen their coronavirus infection rates rise, with the most significant increases in Wakefield, Sheffield, Barnsley, Richmondshire and East Riding of Yorkshire.

Below is a breakdown of the last cases of coronavirus recorded in Yorkshire in the 24 hours until 4 p.m. on Saturday 15 August.

Confirmed cases of coronavirus in Yorkshire

  • Leeds – was 4068, now 4094 (+26)
  • Wakefield – before 1976, now 1,989 (+13)
  • North Yorkshire – before 2628, now 2636 (+8)
  • Sheffield – before 4473, now 4488 (+15)
  • Barnsley – before 2067, now 2073 (+6)
  • Bradford – was 5642, now 5685 (+13)
  • Calderdale – was 1046, now 1056 (+10)
  • Rotherham – before 2113, now 2121 (+8)
  • Kirklees – before 2707, now 2735 (+28)
  • York – rest 938
  • Doncaster – was 2053, now 2054 (+1)
  • East Yorkshire – was 1671, now 1672 (+1)
  • Hull – was 1588, now 1593 (+5)
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