How many coronavirus cases are there in your area?

James Morris
Senior news reporter, Yahoo News UK
A man wearing a face mask in central London as the number of UK coronavirus cases continues to rise. (AP)

*This article was updated at 7pm on Monday, 30 March*

The number of coronavirus cases continues to rise dramatically in the UK.

Here is the latest information on how many confirmed cases there are currently, how quickly it has spread and how many positive tests there have been in each local authority area.

How many people in the UK have coronavirus?

As of 5pm on Sunday, the Department of Health said there were 22,141 confirmed cases in the UK.

The official death toll now stands at 1,408.

In total, 134,946 people have been tested.

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How quickly has the virus spread in the UK?

On Monday last week (23 March), there were 6,650 cases. This had risen 15,491 to 22,141 by Sunday (29 March).

On 1 March, there were 35.

The first two cases were announced on 31 January.

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