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How many coronavirus cases are there in your area?

James Morris
Senior news reporter, Yahoo News UK
A man wearing a face mask in central London as the number of UK coronavirus cases continues to rise. (AP)

*This article was updated at 5.30pm on Friday, 27 March*

The number of coronavirus cases has dramatically risen in the UK this week.

Here is the latest information on how many confirmed cases there are currently, how quickly it has spread and how many positive tests there have been in each local authority area.

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As of 9am on Friday, the Department of Health said there were 14,579 confirmed cases in the UK.

The death toll now stands at 759.

In total, 113,777 people have been tested.

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The number of cases has risen dramatically this week. On Monday (23 March), there were 6,650 cases. This had risen 7,929 to 14,579 by Friday (27 March).

On 1 March, there were 35.

The first two cases were announced on 31 January.

How many cases are there in your local council area?*

Birmingham: 366

Hampshire: 317

Southwark: 290

Sheffield: 286

Lambeth: 276

Surrey: 271

Brent: 265

Wandsworth: 228

Croydon: 219

Cumbria: 211

Ealing: 209

Hertfordshire: 206

Harrow: 196

Westminster: 189

Bromley: 188

Kent: 182

Derbyshire: 170

Essex: 166

Lewisham: 158

Newham: 148

Staffordshire: 145

Lancashire: 141

Enfield: 136

Nottinghamshire: 135

Hackney and City of London: 134

Waltham Forest: 130

Hillingdon: 129

Tower Hamlets: 129

Wolverhampton: 128

Greenwich: 128

Merton: 128

Leicestershire: 128

Hounslow: 126

Newcastle upon Tyne: 121

Islington: 120

Kensington and Chelsea: 116

Barnet: 115

Redbridge: 115

Haringey: 113

Oxfordshire: 113

Hammersmith and Fulham: 112

Buckinghamshire: 106

Sandwell: 103

Warwickshire: 101

Liverpool: 100

Walsall: 100

Camden: 99

Worcestershire: 93

Northamptonshire: 86

West Sussex: 86

Bexley: 85

Barking and Dagenham: 82

Havering: 82

Dudley: 81

Leeds: 80

Nottingham: 79

Gloucestershire: 78

Derby: 77

Norfolk: 70

Sutton: 69

North Yorkshire: 69

Richmond upon Thames: 68

Cambridgeshire: 68

Devon: 65

Manchester: 63

Leicester: 61

Suffolk: 61

Slough: 59

Stockport: 59

Milton Keynes: 58

Salford: 58

Bristol, City of: 56

County Durham: 56

Sunderland: 55

Wiltshire: 54

Shropshire: 53

Trafford: 53

Kingston upon Thames: 52

Oldham: 51

Portsmouth: 50

Medway: 48

Cornwall and Isles of Scilly: 48

Luton: 47

Coventry: 47

Northumberland: 45

Tameside: 43

Central Bedfordshire: 42

Barnsley: 42

Rochdale: 40

Rotherham: 39

Solihull: 39

East Sussex: 39

Lincolnshire: 39

South Gloucestershire: 37

Windsor and Maidenhead: 37

Southampton: 37

North Tyneside: 36

Cheshire East: 35

Wakefield: 34

Brighton and Hove: 33

Kirklees: 33

Plymouth: 32

West Berkshire: 32

St. Helens: 32

Wirral: 32

Bury: 30

Sefton: 30

Dorset: 29

Bradford: 29

Bolton: 27

Bath and North East Somerset: 26

Thurrock: 26

Reading: 25

Cheshire West and Chester: 25

Somerset: 25

Stockton-on-Tees: 24

North Somerset: 24

Doncaster: 24

East Riding of Yorkshire: 23

Herefordshire, County of: 23

Torbay: 23

Gateshead: 23

Wokingham: 22

Telford and Wrekin: 21

Stoke-on-Trent: 21

Wigan: 21

Bedford: 20

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole: 20

South Tyneside: 19

Middlesbrough: 17

York: 17

Southend-on-Sea: 17

Swindon: 16

Bracknell Forest: 16

Warrington: 15

Knowsley: 15

Redcar and Cleveland: 13

Darlington: 11

Peterborough: 11

Calderdale: 11

Halton: 10

Blackpool: 9

Isle of Wight: 8

Blackburn with Darwen: 7

Hartlepool: 6

North Lincolnshire: 6

Kingston upon Hull, City of: 5

North East Lincolnshire: 5

*figures apply to English local authority areas only

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