Coronavirus latest: Every local authority in England with a confirmed Covid-19 virus case

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The situation across the country regarding coronavirus continues to worsen.

Yesterday (Friday, April 10), it was confirmed that 980 people had died from coronavirus in UK hospitals in just 24 hours.

That makes it the worst one-day death toll ever in Europe, surpassing the most extreme days in both Italy and Spain.

Throughout the country, more coronavirus cases are being recorded in every corner of England.

According to the most up-to-date data, the worst-affected areas are currently London, Birmingham, Hampshire and Kent.

Local authorities record cases individually, meaning totals are separate from Essex County Council and unitary councils like Thurrock and Southend.

In Essex County Council, there have been 1,232 confirmed coronavirus cases, with 180 cases recorded in Southend Borough Council and 155 cases in Thurrock Borough Council.

The government have set a target of testing 100,000 people for COVID-19 a day by the end of April, with priority being given to testing NHS workers.

A drive-through testing site has been set up London Stansted Airport to help reach this target.

We’ve collated off all of the areas in England which have had at least one coronavirus case.

Here’s every area in England which has recorded a coronavirus case:

Areas bordering Essex

Hertfordshire – 1,179

Enfield – 434

Havering – 372

Suffolk – 360

Barking and Dagenham – 279

Waltham Forest – 478

Redbridge – 436

Cambridgeshire – 320

Full list of areas across England

Birmingham – 1,604

Hampshire – 1,416

Kent – 1,252

Surrey – 1,238

Essex – 1,232

Lancashire – 1,226

Hertfordshire – 1,179

Sheffield – 1,095

Cumbria – 1,023

Brent – 912

Croydon – 853

Barnet – 837

Southwark – 826

Lambeth – 794

Staffordshire – 760

Liverpool – 702

Newham – 684

Bromley – 658

Oxfordshire – 653

Wandsworth – 650

Lewisham – 644

Northamptonshire – 626

Ealing – 624

Derbyshire – 603

Harrow – 574

It is something that has, at some point, touched all our lives.

From cradle to grave, the National Health Service, and the incredible professionals within it who care for us, is a part of British life.

Today, more than ever, we should cherish those who dedicate themselves to our care, heedless of own health as they work tirelessly to care for people in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.

We have never needed our doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other carers more.

So let’s show them some love, and create a living map of gratitude from every corner of Britain – visit www.thanksamillionnhs.co.uk to drop a heart on the map wherever you are in the world.

By dropping a heart on the map, you’re saying you appreciate the efforts undertaken daily in the NHS.

Thanks a million, NHS workers – we love you.

Nottinghamshire – 566

Warwickshire – 513

Manchester – 512

Worcestershire – 508

Leeds – 504

Gloucestershire – 496

Newcastle upon Tyne – 493

Nortfolk – 486

County Durham – 482

Waltham Forest – 478

Hackney and City of London – 470

Walsall – 461

Leicestershire – 449

Sandwell – 448

Tower Hamlets – 448

Westminster – 444

Merton – 440

Redbridge – 436

Enfield – 434

Hillingdon – 434

Greenwich – 432

Hounslow – 416

Lincolnshire – 392

Buckinghamshire – 391

North Yorkshire – 390

Wolverhampton – 388

Sefton – 387

Wirral – 385

Dudley – 379

Bexley – 374

Camden – 373

Havering – 372

Stockport – 368

West Sussex – 363

Suffolk – 360

Sunderland – 354

Haringey – 349

Sutton – 349

Coventry – 335

A street cleaner is seen in front of Coronavirus messaging on Picadilly Circus in London, England.

Hammersmith and Fulham – 332

Northumberland – 331

Bradford – 331

St Helens – 329

Cambridgeshire – 320

Kensington and Chelsea – 314

Derby – 313

Devon – 312

Cheshire West and Chester – 311

Salford – 310

Leicester – 305

East Sussex – 301

Trafford – 297

Islington – 290

Medway – 285

Oldham – 284

Solihull – 284

Rotherham – 279

Barking and Dagenham – 279

Medical staff put on their personal protective equipment (PPE) at an MOT testing centre

Cheshire East – 278

Kirklees – 278

Nottingham – 276

North Tyneside – 276

Bristol, City of – 269

Barnsley – 267

Cornwall and Isles of Scilly – 259

Wigan – 253

Luton – 249

Bolton – 249

Gateshead – 247

Richmond upon Thames – 247

Knowsley – 245

Wakefield – 245

Kingston upon Thames – 244

Warrington – 241

Milton Keynes – 239

Middlesborough – 235

Tameside – 227

Rochdale – 222

Southampton – 212

Wiltshire – 210

Central Bedfordshire – 206

Shropshire – 205

Bury – 198

Slough – 196

South Gloucestershire – 191

Our NHS heroes in protective suit wheel out a man with ventilator into the back of an ambulance

Doncaster – 183

Brighton and Hove – 182

Southend-on-Sea – 180

East Riding of Yorkshire – 174

Stockton-on-Tees – 173

Somerset – 168

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole – 164

Halton – 159

Dorset – 159

Bedford – 158

Stoke-on-Trent – 157

Thurrock – 155

Portsmouth – 151

Wokingham – 142

Reading – 141

Redcar and Cleveland – 139

West Berkshire – 132

Windsor and Maidenhead – 126

Swindon – 125

South Tyneside – 123

Calderdale – 122

Plymouth – 119

Telford and Wrekin – 118

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases has increased

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases has increased

York – 111

Darlington – 109

Blackpool – 108

Blackburn with Darwen – 106

North Somerset – 100

Peterborough – 99

Bath and North East Somerset – 97

Bracknell Forest – 90

Herefordshire, County of – 86

Kingston upon Hull, City of – 85

North Lincolnshire – 77

Torbay – 74

Hartlepool – 64

North East Lincolnshire – 61

Isle of Wight – 41

Rutland – 9

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