A dozen cases of coronavirus have now been confirmed across Yorkshire, with a new breakdown showing the number of cases in each district.

Leeds has more than any other part of the White Rose county, with the fourth and fifth cases announced today.

York, where the UK's first cases emerged, now has a total of three people who have been diagnosed.

Next comes Barnsley, with the South Yorkshire town having two cases.

The Bradford district and Hull have one case each. A woman in her 50s from Ilkley, who had returned from a family holiday in Italy, remains the Bradford district's only case, despite a number of tests having been carried out at Bradford Royal Infirmary and other nearby hospitals.

Three of the five districts of West Yorkshire - Kirklees, Calderdale and Wakefield - still have no confirmed cases, as do the Sheffield and Rotherham areas of South Yorkshire.