The latest official figures show that the number of cases of coronavirus in York has risen again.
As of today (Saturday, 21 March) there are now eight confirmed cases in the city.
That is a rise of two on the figures from yesterday. It means the number has doubled since Wednesday.
Meanwhile the total in North Yorkshire stands at 16 – two more than reported yesterday (Friday).
Nationally the coronavirus death toll in the UK has reached 233 after NHS England said a further 53 people had died in England after testing positive.
It comes as Fiona Phillips, City of York Council Assistant Director for Public Health, shared some advice for people on maintaining your wellbeing.
In what is an anxious and difficult time for many of us, Fiona Phillips, our Assistant Director for Public Health, shares some advice for you and your community on maintaining your wellbeing.
— City of York Council (@CityofYork) March 21, 2020