THE Bradford district now has a total of 16 positive cases of coronavirus.

The latest figures were released last night and include a case of a staff member at Oxford Bingo, on Dudley Hill Road, Eccleshill.

A spokesperson for the club posted on Facebook: "To keep everyone updated it has been confirmed that a staff member has been tested positive with coronavirus and currently in quarantine for 14 days with 7 days left to run.

"After speaking to 111 anyone that had been in the club since last Thursday 19th March and has not yet shown any symptoms (continued cough/fever) should carry on as normal.

"Anyone showing symptoms should self isolate for 7 days if you live on your own or 14 days if you live with others.

"I hope that clarifies everything for anyone.

"We miss you all dearly and we will see you all very soon."

The club closed its doors on Saturday, saying it would be back open once the situation is resolved.

Leeds has a total of 53 confirmed cases, Calderdale has seven, Kirklees has 20 and North Yorkshire has 45.

Yesterday a further 28 people - aged between 47 and 93 - died after testing positive for coronavirus in England, NHS England said, bringing the total deaths in the UK to 463.

As of 9am on 25 March, a total of 97,019 people had been tested: 87,490 proved negative and 9,529 positive.