Locations of the 164 newly confirmed Yorkshire cases of coronavirus

There have been a further 164 cases of coronavirus confirmed across Yorkshire in the last 24 hours.

Bradford once again saw the biggest increase of cases, with 47 recorded in that time.

This was followed by Leeds, which recorded 35; and then Sheffield which recorded 27 cases.

Other than Bradford, the two areas in West Yorkshire that have been under a local lockdown for the last month, Calderdale and Kirklees, recorded three and 16 cases respectively.

East Yorkshire and Hull recorded only one new case each in the last day, with Doncaster recording two and York recording three.

This comes as parts of the north of England, including areas of Bradford, Calderdale and Kirklees, prepare to come out from under tighter restrictions than the rest of the UK.

These restrictions, which have stopped more than one household mixing in private homes or gardens, will be lifted on Wednesday (September 2).

However, the restrictions will not be lifted in Bradford city areas, Keighley town, Halifax, Dewsbury or Batley.

Confirmed cases of coronavirus in Yorkshire:

  • Leeds – was 4,510 now 4,545 (+35)

  • Wakefield – was 2,112 now 2,118 (+6)

  • North Yorkshire – was 2,727 now 2,738 (+11)

  • Sheffield – was 4,647 now 4,674 (+27)

  • Barnsley – was 2,129 now 2,134 (+5)

  • Bradford – was 6,219 now 6,266 (+47)

  • Calderdale – was 1,181 now 1,184 (+3)

  • Rotherham – was 2,172 now 2,179 (+7)

  • Kirklees – was 3,010 now 3,026 (+16)

  • York – was 964 now 967 (+3)

  • Doncaster – was 2,076 now 2,078 (+2)

  • East Yorkshire – was 1,708 now 1,709 (+1)

  • Hull – was 1,615 now 1,616 (+1)

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