Coronavirus: All the places with confirmed cases of Covid-19 in England as UK total hits 456

THE number of confirmed cases of coronavirus has continued to rise across the UK.

Wednesday, 11th March 2020, 5:18 pm

Six patients who had been diagnosed with the disease have died in the UK, as of 2pm on Tuesday March 10.

In Hampshire there are 13 cases of coronavirus – although none have been reported in Portsmouth.

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Confirmed cases of COVID-19, the outbreak’s official name, spiked this week – and included a number in the south of the country.

Here’s what you need to know:

How many cases of coronavirus have been confirmed?

The UK's total number of cases to 456 as of March 11.

Around the globe more than 100,000 people have now been confirmed to have coronavirus.

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Where in England have there been confirmed cases?

Out of the confirmed cases of coronavirus in the UK, there have been 104 in London and 60 in the south east.

27,476 people have been tested in total with 27,020 testing negative for Covid-19.

These are all the places that have had confirmed cases of coronavirus. The latest figures for cases broken down by local authority were released on Tuesday.

- Barking and Dagenham – 1

- Barnet – 8

- Barnsley – 2

- Birmingham – 2

- Bolton – 3

- Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole – 3

- Bracknell Forest – 2

- Bradford – 1

- Brent – 3

- Brighton and Hove – 8

- Bristol, City of – 3

- Bromley – 2

- Buckinghamshire - 2

- Bury – 3

- Cambridgeshire - 1

- Camden – 7

- Cornwall and Isles of Scilly – 5

- County Durham – 1

- Coventry – 3

- Cumbria – 7

- Croydon – 1

- Derbyshire – 4

- Derby – 1

- Devon – 13

- Dudley – 1

- Ealing – 5

- Enfield – 1

- Essex – 6

- Gloucestershire – 4

- Greenwich – 1

- Hackney and City of London – 4

- Hammersmith and Fulham - 3

- Hampshire – 13

- Haringey – 1

- Harrow - 1

- Havering – 2

- Herefordshire, County of – 1

- Hertfordshire – 18

- Hillingdon – 3

- Hounslow – 5

- Isle of Wight – 1

- Islington – 1

- Kensington and Chelsea – 15

- Kent – 5

- Kingston upon Hull, City of – 1

- Kingston upon Thames – 1

- Kirkless – 1

- Lambeth – 5

- Lancashire – 5

- Leeds – 5

- Leicestershire – 2

- Lewisham - 3

- Lincolnshire – 1

- Liverpool – 6

- Luton – 2

- Manchester – 5

- Medway – 2

- Merton – 2

- Milton Keynes – 2

- Newcastle upon Tyne – 6

- North Lincolnshire – 1

- North Tyneside – 2

- Northamptonshire – 5

- Nottingham – 3

- Nottinghamshire – 6

- Oldham - 4

- Oxfordshire – 9

- Peterborough – 1

- Redbridge – 1

- Richmond Upon Thames - 1

- Rochdale – 1

- Rotherham – 1

- Sefton – 1

- Sheffield – 1

- Shropshire – 2

- Slough – 1

- Somerset – 2

- Southend-on-Sea – 1

- Southwark – 9

- South Gloucestershire – 1

- Staffordshire – 4

- Stockton-on-Tees – 2

- Suffolk – 1

- Sunderland – 1

- Surrey – 10

- Sutton – 4

- Swindon – 2

- Tameside - 1

- Torbay – 7

- Tower Hamlets – 4

- Trafford – 4

- Waltham Forest – 1

- Wandsworth – 3

- Warrington - 1

- Warwickshire – 4

- West Sussex – 3

- Westminster – 6

- Wigan – 3

- Wiltshire – 4

- Windsor and Maidenhead – 1

- Wirral – 2

- Wokingham – 3

- Wolverhampton – 4

- York – 3

Has anyone died from coronavirus in the UK?

So far six people who have been diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in the UK.

A British citizen who was on the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan has also died from the disease as has a British citizen in Indonesia.

How to get tested for coronavirus

If you think you might have the disease and wonder about being tested – read here for more details about testing and who it is available for.

Have there been any cases in Portsmouth?

While coronavirus has reached Hampshire, there has not been any confirmed cases in Portsmouth as of yet.

But there have been a couple of scares, this includes:

What should you do if you think you have coronavirus?

If you suspect that you might have the disease or someone in your family may have contracted it then you are advised to self-isolate.

Do not go to your GP surgery or the hospital – instead call 111.