Derbyshire coronavirus deaths rise by 24 as cases continue to climb

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Officials have recorded 24 more coronavirus-related deaths at hospitals in Derbyshire in the last 24 hours, new figures show on Thursday (January 14).

The local data showed that across the city and county 814 cases have been reported in 24 hours.

Derby once again reported by far the most cases with 325, while in the county, Amber Valley recorded the highest number of cases with 105.

Here is the breakdown for each local authority area (figures cover the last 24 hours):

Amber Valley - 6,258 (increase of 105) Bolsover - 4,039 (increase of 57) Chesterfield - 4,204 (increase of 55) Derby -

 link source - Derby Telegraph

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