Five more patients tragically lost their lives at Hull's hospitals as 194 cases were recorded across the region.
Both Hull and the East Riding entered the strictest level of tiered restrictions as the national lockdown ended on Wednesday, December 2.
The daily deaths and coronavirus cases were recorded on Thursday and the patients passed away at either Hull Royal Infirmary or Castle Hill Hospital.
There have now been a total of 365 deaths in Hull's hospitals since the start of the pandemic.
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In Hull there are now 10,606 cases of coronavirus in the city after an increase of 92 new cases in the past 24 hours.
The infection rate in the city has now jumped to 4,082.7 from 4,047.3 the previous day.
While Hull has seen a big drop in cases over the last week or so, deaths tend to lag behind which means we are seeing the tragic consequence of the very high cases the city suffered in mid-November.
East Riding of Yorkshire saw 102 positive tests in the past 24 hours, bringing the total in the area to 10,027.
The infection rate has also seen a rise from 2,909.1 per 100,000 of the population to 2,939.
The data comes as police revealed on Thursday that they are stopping drivers from crossing Yorkshire boundaries which are controlled by different lockdown rules.
Officers turned vehicles around as they attempted to leave the Tier 3 lockdown in East Yorkshire into the Tier 2 region of North Yorkshire.
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To stop the spread of coronavirus, on-the-spot checks are being carried out by officers according to North Yorkshire Police.
The force have confirmed drivers travelling from Tier 3 into Tier 2 areas could face "enforcement action" for non-essential journeys.
Residents in Tier 3 areas like East Yorkshire are warned by officers to stay away unless they need to travel into a Tier 2 area for work or education.