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Covid-19 cases in Bradford down but number of deaths up almost 45% in past week

Covid-19 cases in Bradford are continuing to fall but the number of deaths in the district is up by almost 45%, taking the total number of people who have tested positive for the virus to 157,754.

Covid-19 cases in Bradford are continuing to fall but the number of deaths in the district is up by almost 45%, taking the total number of people who have tested positive for the virus to 157,754.

Yesterday, 149 new people had a confirmed positive Covid-19 test, with 1161 people testing positive in the past seven days, down 31.6% across the district.

Teo people with coronavirus went into the hospital on 13 February and the latest figures show that 60 people went into the hospital with coronavirus between 7 February and 13 February, a decrease of 25.9% compared to the previous 7 days.

There were 66 patients in the hospital with coronavirus on 15 February. There was one coronavirus patient in hospital beds with a mechanical ventilator as of 15 February.

As of yesterday, four people died within 28 days of testing positive for coronavirus.

Between 17 February and 23 February, there have been 13 deaths within 28 days of a positive coronavirus test, an increase of 44.4% compared to the previous 7 days.

The latest breakdown of Covid-19 cases by area shows that in Bradford, Idle has the most cases with 66 people testing positive for Covid-19 as of last Friday, followed by Ilkley & Ben Ryhdding with 54, Wyke with 50, then Crossflatts & Eldwick with 42 cases.

The areas with the lowest number of cases are Bankfoot with 8 cases, followed by Clayton with 7, Great Horton and Brackenhill 7, and Brown Royd with 5 cases.

The data looks at cases by Middle Super Output Area (MSOA) – a type of statistical unit used in the reporting of small area statistics.

MSOA provides figures for areas that have had three or more positive cases, so some areas not listed may have had positive cases, but less than three.

Here is the latest breakdown of confirmed cases in Bradford and Keighley:

  • Idle – 66
  • Ilkley & Ben Rhydding – 54
  • Wyke – 50
  • Crossflatts & Eldwick – 42
  • Queensbury-  42
  • Saltaire & Baildon West – 41
  • Shipley Town – 41
  • Steeton & Silsden – 39
  • Cottingley, Harden & Wilsden -39
  • Burley-in-Wharfedale – 36
  • Bingley Town – 36
  • Menston & Burley Moor – 34
  • Baildon South -33
  • Thornton – 29
  • Central Bradford & Barkerend West – 28
  • Fairweather Green – 28
  • Shearbridge & University – 27
  • Keighley Central & East – 26
  • Scholemoor – 26
  • Thackley & Esholt – 25
  • Laisterdyke & Bowling – 25
  • Buttershaw -25
  • Allerton – 24
  • Bierley & Tong – 24
  • Windhill – 23
  • Frizinghall & Heaton Grove – 23
  • Ravenscliffe – 22
  • Riddlesden & East Morton – 21
  • Holme Wood – 20
  • Addingham & Ilkley Moor – 19
  • Keighley Utley – 19
  • Baildon North – 19
  • Chellow Heights – 19
  • Oakworth & Laycock – 18
  • Undercliffe – 18
  • Holme Top – 18
  • Low Moor – 18
  • Haworth & Oxenhope – 17
  • Keighley Oakworth Road & West Lane -16
  • Cullingworth & Denholme -16
  • Haigh Fold – 16
  • Broomfields & East Bowling – 16
  • Keighley South – 15
    Wrose & Bolton Woods – 15
  • Eccleshill – 15
  • Bolton Road & Kings Road – 15
  • Keighley Exley Head – 13
  • Heaton Highgate – 12
  • Thornbury – 12
  • Canterbury – 12
  • Wibsey St Enoch’s – 12
  • Manningham & Lister Park -11
  • Horton Bank – 11
    Barkerend East – 10
  • Toller Lane & Infirmary – 9
  • Bowling Park – 9
  • Bankfoot – 8
  • Clayton- 7
  • Great Horton & Brackenhill -7
  • Brown Royd – 5
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