Sheffield news 10 dead, 2,053 new cases and Covid rates on the up in Yorkshire MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - York, Bradford, Barnsley, Mid Yorkshire, Doncaster and Huddersfield all recorded more coronavirus deaths
Breaking News ! There have been more than 2,000 new cases of coronavirus recorded in Yorkshire, the latest publicly available data reveals. Over the course of the most recent 24-hour period, another 2,053 people across Yorkshire tested positive. There were also a further 10 deaths from Covid-19, in York, Bradford, Barnsley, Mid Yorkshire, Doncaster and Huddersfield. Sheffield, which is facing the possibility of being put into Tier 3 in the coming days, remains Yorkshire's Covid hotspot, after the most recent figures showed its infection rate stands at 445.6 per 100,000 people. Leeds is the second-worst area in Yorkshire, with an infection rate of 395.8. The news comes as York enters Tier 2 following discussions with central government about the concerning number of new cases in the North Yorkshire city in recent weeks. However, the threat of Tier 3 looms large for parts of the region - namely South Yorkshire and West Yorkshire, who announced on Friday evening that they had both staved off the most serious lockdown measures, for now at least. Newly confirmed cases of coronavirus in Yorkshire over the past 24 hours: Leeds - was 15,038 now 15,396 (+358) Wakefield – was 4,510 now 4,663 (+153) North Yorkshire - was 5,625 now 5,724 (+99) Sheffield - was 11,900 now 12,262 (+362) Barnsley - was 3,929 now 4,084 (+155) Bradford - was 13,096 now 13,308 (+212) Calderdale - was 2,827 now 2,922 (+95) Rotherham - was 4,364 now 4,496 (+132) Kirklees - was 6,804 now 6,944 (+140) York - was 2,474 now 2,555 (+81) Doncaster - was 3,927 now 4,062 (+135) East Yorkshire - was 3,062 now 3,140 (+78) Hull - was 2,424 now 2,477 (+53) Read More Related Articles The Yorkshire postcodes where more than 100 Covid cases are recorded a week Read More Related Articles Coronavirus LIVE updates as Manchester poised for Tier 3 with parts of Yorkshire tipped to be next 10 deaths recorded across Yorkshire hospitals There have been a further 10 deaths recorded by hospital trusts across Yorkshire in the last day. The deaths came in York, Bradford, Barnsley, Mid Yorkshire, Doncaster and Huddersfield. Across England, a further 86 people have died. It brings England's total Covid-19 death toll since the start of the pandemic to 30,910. Patients were aged between 44 and 99 years old. All except two (aged 62 and 79) had known underlying health conditions. Their families have been informed. Here are the total number of hospital deaths across Yorkshire trusts: York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 223 (+2) Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust: 83 Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust: 1 Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust: 3 Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: 303 Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust: 4 Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: 355 Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust: 4 Bradford Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 270 (+2) The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust: 212 Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: 154 (+1) Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust: 357 (+2) Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust: 2 Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust: 219 Airedale NHS Foundation Trust: 115 Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: 247 (+1) Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust: 183 (+2) City Health Care Partnership CIC- East Riding Community Hospital: 15 Yorkshire infection rates The latest figures available show that Sheffield still has the highest infection rate in Yorkshire, at 445.6 per 100,000 people. The city saw a huge rise in cases in the week between October 5 and October 12, with 2,606 new cases. Behind Sheffield is Leeds, with an infection rate of 395.8 per 100,000 people and 3,139 new cases confirmed in that same week. However, despite this high infection rate, Leeds has actually seen its rate decrease from the previous week - where it had been 400.7 per 100,000 people. Also recording a drop was Craven and Richmondshire in North Yorkshire. Sign up for the YorkshireLive newsletter There are many ways of keeping up-to-date with everything happening across Yorkshire as our journalists work day and night to bring you the very latest news. We have our YorkshireLive app which is completely customisable and means you will only get the news which matters to you. And we also send out daily newsletters which bring the best news and features direct to your inbox. You can sign up very simply by popping your email address in the box at the top of this article, just under the picture. Latest Yorkshire infection rates From left to right, it reads: name of local authority; rate of new cases in the seven days to October 12; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to October 12; rate of new cases in the seven days to October 5; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to October 5. Sheffield 445.6 (2606), 421.8 (2467) ↑ Leeds 395.8 (3139), 400.7 (3178) ↓ Bradford 347.
.5 (1584) ↑ Barnsley 322.4 (796), 165.3 (408) ↑ Rotherham 295.0 (783), 221.9 (589) ↑ York 276.3 (582), 206.5 (435) ↑ Kirklees 255.1 (1122), 207.8 (914) ↑ Calderdale 241.7 (511), 192.5 (407) ↑
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Wakefield 251.5 (876), 175.4 (611) ↑ Doncaster 226.0 (705), 154.9 (483) ↑ Harrogate 159.2 (256), 133.7 (215) ↑ Selby 162.2 (147), 99.3 (90) ↑ Craven 148.8 (85), 173.3 (99) ↓ Hambleton 140.8 (129), 109.2 (100) ↑ East Riding of Yorkshire 136.6 (466), 114.3 (390) ↑ Hull 110.9 (288), 102.8 (267) ↑ Richmondshire 106.1 (57), 113.5 (61) ↓ Scarborough 108.5 (118), 98.4 (107) ↑ Ryedale 106.5 (59), 104.7 (58) ↑ Download the YorkshireLive app to customise the news that matters to you and get the latest updates first.
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