More than 290,000 coronavirus cases have been reported in the Northwest since the pandemic began.
The latest figures show that there have been a total of 291,077 cases in the region, with 22,165 registered in the last seven days.
The infection rate in the Northwest is 301.9 per 100,000 population.
Recent data from Public Health England (PHE) show that there have been 46,463 cases of Covid-19 in Lancashire in the last 24 hours – up to 58,510 cases since March.
1,738 including Lancashire – data show that 9,449 people in the North West now tested positive after Covid-19 died.
Another 392 people had coronary heart disease mentioned as one of the causes of death in their death certificates.
The data below show the total number of each case and the overall infection rate since the start of the pandemic. Many of these cases will not be active.
These are the confirmed cases of coronaviruses in the northwestern district since November 21:
- Lancashire: 58,510
- Bolton: 14,221
- Burial: 9,178
- East Cheshire: 8,367
- Cheshire West and Chester: 8,500
- Cumbria: 9,727
- Halton: 4,442
- Knowsley: 7,587
- Liverpool: 23,385
- Manchester: 29,653
- Oldham: 14,025
- Rochdale: 11,851
- Salford: 12,815
- Sefton: 10,146
- St Helens: 7,315
- Stockport: 9,950
- Tameside: 9,944
- Trafford: 8,335
- Warrington: 7,824
- Wigan: 15,571
- Wirral: 9,731
316 people have died in hospital in England in the positive test for coronavirus, bringing the total number of deaths confirmed by hospitals to 38,112, the NHS said in England on Saturday.
Patients ranged in age from 28 to 102 years. With the exception of five, those between the ages of 64 and 96 were familiar with basic health conditions.
The deaths occurred from June 3 to November 20.
Another twenty-two deaths were reported without a positive Covid-19 test result.
The government said another 341 people tested positive for Covid-19 on Saturday, bringing the UK to a total of 54,626 to die within a day.
However, data show that there have been more than 70,000 Covid-related deaths in the UK – based on death records.
The government said that as of 9am on Saturday morning, there had been 19,875 more cases confirmed in the laboratory in the UK.
The number of cases in the UK brings it to 1,493,383.
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