Coronavirus in the North West: This is every confirmed case in the North West on Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Nationwide, the latest figures from Public Health England show ​a total of 352,560 labconfirmed cases across the UK.

It means another 2,460 people tested positive in the UK on Tuesday, September 8, 2020.

These are the figures for the North West

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This is every confirmed case in the North West

In the North West today (Wednesday, September 9, 2020), there has been a total of 56,743 confirmed cases since testing began, an increase of 474.

There are currently 166 people in the region’s hospitals who are being treated for COVID-19, including 77 on ventilation.

A total of 19,321 people have received treatment at North West hospitals since the pandemic began.

In order of Upper Tier Local Authorities (e.g. Lancashire County Council, Blackpool Council etc.) most affected:

Lancashire – 8,704 (Up 62 from 8,642)

Manchester – 4,687 (Up 53 from 4,634)

Liverpool – 3,115 (Up 35 from 3,080)

Cumbria – 3,098 (Up 8 from 3,090)

Oldham – 3,088 (Up 18 from 3,070)

Bolton – 2,794 (Up 54 from 2,740)

Cheshire East – 2,480 (Up 12 from 2,468)

Wigan – 2,430 (Up 15 from 2,415)

Rochdale – 2,418 (Up 14 from 2,404)

Wirral – 2,391 (Up 20 from 2,371)

Cheshire West and Chester – 2,211 (Up 10 from 2,201)

Tameside – 2,106 (Up 31 from 2,075)

Stockport – 2,066 (Up 17 from 2,049)

Salford – 2,004 (Up 15 from 1,989)

Blackburn with Darwen – 1,948 (Up 12 from 1,936)

Sefton – 1,792 (Up 17 from 1,775)

Trafford – 1,782 (Up 13 from 1,769)

Bury – 1,712 (Up 19 from 1,693)

Warrington – 1,519 (Up 18 from 1,501)

St Helens – 1,347 (Up 12 from 1,335)

Knowsley – 1,141 (Up 7 from 1,134)

Blackpool – 1,131 (Up 4 from 1,127)

Location not yet confirmed – 771

TOTAL CONFIRMED CASES – 56,743

Data is provided by Public Health England. You can view the data here.

For more advice on you can protect yourself visit the NHS website.

Blackpool Gazette