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The number of reported new coronavirus cases: 131 in Yorkshire was diagnosed

There were 21 new cases of coronavirus confirmed in Leeds over the past 24 hours, according to the latest data published by Public Health England.

It means there have now been 4,115 cases recorded in the area since the start of the outbreak, which puts Leeds third behind Sheffield and Bradford for most cases in Yorkshire.

Elsewhere in the region 110 new cases were confirmed, taking the Yorkshire total since the start of the outbreak to 33,235.

The worst affected area was Bradford where 26 new cases were identified.

Yorkshire also hit its third day without any deaths from the virus being recorded in its hospitals.

That is the region’s longest spell without a fatality since the first patient died on March 14.

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