One more case of coronavirus confirmed on Teesside with no deaths recorded for two weeks – Teesside Live

Last Updated on July 12, 2020 by

One more person has tested positive for coronavirus on Teesside.

The new case of Covid-19 was recorded in Middlesbrough.

The total number of cases on Teesside is now 3,213.

The current totals for local authorities areas are:

Middlesbrough – 955 (up by one)

Stockton – 964 (no change)

Redcar and Cleveland – 701 (no change)

Hartlepool – 593 (no change)

In Darlington, the number of coronavirus cases remains at 602.

The number of cases in North Yorkshire has increased by three to 2,531.

It has now been two weeks since a coronavirus patient died on Teesside.

The hospital death toll has remained at 394 for 14 days in a row.

254 people died while under the care of South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which runs  James Cook University Hospital   in Middlesbrough.

140 people have also passed away at North Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which runs  University Hospital of North Tees  in Stockton.

New NHS figures show that 15 more people have died after testing positive for the virus in England.

This brings the total number of deaths in hospitals in England to 29,066.

One patient, aged 96, had no known underlying health conditions.

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