Two more people have died after contracting coronavirus in Cambridgeshire.
The news comes as a further 167 people across the county tested positive for Covid-19, meaning there have now been almost 10,000 positive cases of the virus in Cambridgeshire since the outbreak of the pandemic.
Out of the two fatalities, one person has died in Huntingdonshire while another has died in South Cambridgeshire – bringing the total number of people who have died in Cambridgeshire within 28 days of a positive coronavirus test to 420.
Across the UK there have been a further 26,860 recorded cases of the virus, bringing the country’s total to 1,344,356 since the start of the pandemic.
A further 462 people had died across the UK within 28 days of a positive test for Covid-19, bringing the country’s death toll to 51,766.
Cambrigeshire total coronavirus cases
Across Cambridgeshire there have been a further 167 confirmed cases of coronavirus as of 4pm today, November 14.
This brings the total for the county to 9,881 as cases in Peterborough pass 3,500.
- Cambridge: 1,650, an increase of 38
- East Cambridgeshire: 526, an increase of seven
- Fenland: 1,023, a increase of 10
- Huntingdonshire: 1,876, an increase of 32
- Peterborough: 3,531, an increase of 51
- South Cambridgeshire: 1,275 an increase of 29
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Cambridgeshire coronavirus cases over last seven days
- Cambridge: 276
- East Cambridgeshire: 62
- Fenland: 96
- Huntingdonshire: 194
- Peterborough: 396
- South Cambridgeshire: 170
Cambridgeshire total coronavirus deaths
A further two people have died within 28 days of their first positive coronavirus test in Cambridgeshire.
One person sadly died in Huntingdonshire while another person died in South Cambridgeshire.
It means the total number of people across Cambridgeshire who have died after contracting COVID-19 now stands at 420.
- Cambridge: 46
- East Cambridgeshire: 35
- Fenland: 77
- Huntingdonshire: 113
- Peterborough: 109
- South Cambridgeshire: 40