How many people have died from coronavirus in Sheffield? Day-by-day increase since first death

Sheffield’s coronavirus death toll has increased again, with 34 people now having died after contracting it.

By Claire Lewis
Sunday, 5th April 2020, 11:04 am
Updated Sunday, 5th April 2020, 11:04 am

As of 9am yesterday, 183,190 people had been tested across the UK and 41,903 were confirmed to have Covid-19.

The UK death toll stood at 4,313 as of 5pm on Friday.

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Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust has lost 33 of its patients to coronavirus and Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Trust has now reported one death.

As of yesterday, there were 730 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Sheffield, 158 in both Rotherham and Barnsley and 117 in Doncaster.

Sheffield's coronavirus death toll has risen again

A total of 13 patients have died in Barnsley, eight in Doncaster and six in Rotherham.

The UK is currently in lockdown in a bid to halt the spread of coronavirus.

People can only leave their homes for shopping, medical appointments or supplies, exercise and for essential travel to work.

Day-by-day increase since first death:

March 17: 1 (1)

March 20: 1 (2)

March 21: 1 (3)

March 22: 1 (4)

March 24: 3 (7)

March 25: 3 (10)

March 27: 2 (12)

March 28: 1 (13)

March 29: 5 (18)

March 30: 6 (24)

March 31: 3 (27)

April 1: 4 (31)

April 2: 2 (33)

April 3: 1 (34)