Sheffield's coronavirus death toll remains static for a week as 55 more die in England

Sheffield’s death toll has remained static for a week now, new figures reveal.

Thursday, 25th June 2020, 2:52 pm
Updated Thursday, 25th June 2020, 2:52 pm

NHS England has recorded another 55 hospital deaths in England today after patients tested positive for Covid-19.

In Sheffield 284 hospital patients have died, with the figure remaining static since last Thursday.

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There have been 216 deaths in Doncaster, which is also the same as yesterday but increases have been reported in Rotherham and Barnsley.

Rotherham’s death toll went up by one today to 187 and Barnsley’s also went up by one to 141.

Lockdown measures are to be eased from Saturday, July 4, when pubs and restaurants can reopen.

Hair salons can also reopen along with camp sites.

But beauty salons, gyms and swimming pools are among those not yet given the green light to reopen.