Thursday , December 9 2021

343 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Hullen and East Yorkshire


More than 300 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Hullen and East Riding, as the pandemic continues to hit even harder.

Recent government data released on Tuesday shows that Hull has confirmed another 24 cases in the last 24 hours, and 145 more positive tests have been identified in the neighboring local authority.

In total, 343 more people have Covid-19, which is nearly 17,000 cases identified in both areas since the pandemic began.

According to the latest government data, the city has a cumulative case rate of 3,286.3; that is, 3,286.3 of the 100,000 people have had the virus since the pandemic began.

In East Riding, that figure is 2,431.6.

Both areas continue to struggle to get the coronavirus, with Hull remaining the only affected area in the UK according to the latest averages.

The seven-day average, which shows the number per 100,000 people who tested positive last week, is 780.3.

He envied Hull Oldham in the top spot last week, however, with an infection rate now below 600.

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At the state level, the government said another 598 people had been killed since Tuesday in the 28 days it tested positive for Covid-19, up from 52,745 in the UK.

As of 9 a.m., there were an additional 20,051 confirmed cases in the laboratory in cases of coronavirus.

The number of cases in the UK rises to 1,410,732.

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