There are now 1,340 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the North West as of Sunday, March 29.
The latest figures from Public Health England show that there are a total of 17,089 confirmed cases in the UK today.
A total of 1,019 deaths have been recorded nationwide.
Yesterday (Saturday, March 28), 2,546 new cases were confirmed across the country, with 260 deaths recorded in 24 hours.
It means yesterday saw the UK's biggest single-day increase in coronavirus deaths since the outbreak began.
These are the figures for the North West
In the North West today (Sunday, March 29), there are a total of 1,340 confirmed cases.
It is an increase of 441 cases since Friday (899 cases).
The breakdown of confirmed COVID-19 cases in North West England on Sunday, March 29:
In order of Upper Tier Local Authorities most affected:
Cumbria - 238 (Up from 176)
Lancashire - 167 (Up from 102)
Liverpool - 132 (Up from 72)
Salford - 78 (Up from 52)
Manchester - 76 (Up from 55)
Oldham - 73 (Up from 48)
Stockport - 66 (Up from 48)
Trafford - 64 (Up from 46)
Rochdale - 52 (Up from 38)
Tameside - 52 (Up from 40)
Cheshire East - 42 (Up from 31)
Bury - 40 (Up from 27)
Wirral - 40 (Up from 22)
Sefton - 35 (Up from 24)
St Helens - 33 (Up from 17)
Bolton - 33 (Up from 25)
Cheshire West and Chester - 31 (Up from 24)
Wigan - 30 (Up from 16)
Warrington - 19 (Up from 10)
Knowsley - 19 (Up from 12)
Blackburn with Darwen - 10 (Up from 6)
Blackpool - 10 (Up from 8)
TOTAL CONFIRMED CASES - 1,340
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