One more person has died of coronavirus in Hull and East Yorkshire, according to NHS figures from the city's hospitals.
The death means the number of patients who have died in the region’s hospitals after testing positive for the virus has now reached 173.
They include deaths at Hull Royal Infirmary and Castle Hill Hospital, but not those in care homes or in the community.
It comes after the Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust announced four new deaths on Friday.
Meanwhile, figures show that more than 40,000 people have died from coronavirus in the UK.
The Department of Health announced another 204 deaths on Saturday meaning the nation’s death toll stands at 40,465.
Across the country, 284,868 people had tested positive.
A new app shows Yorkshire and the North East have more new cases of Covid-19 than anywhere else in the country.
The COVID Symptom Study app calculates the region has 1,965 new daily cases making it the region with highest number of daily new cases per million in the UK.
The figures are based on swab data from 17 to 30 May 2020 and extrapolated to the wider population. Cases in care homes are excluded from the study.