More than 500 new cases of coronavirus have been recorded across Lancashire, latest figures show.

The figures released by Public Health England show that 528 cases were reported in the last 24-hour testing window.

Blackburn with Darwen recorded the highest rise at 69 - however this was down on the 112 cases recorded the previous day.

Chorley saw another 62 cases and Blackpool had 56 new cases.

Every part of Lancashire recorded double digit rises with West Lancashire recording the smallest increase with 13 cases.

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Daily cases of Covid for every Lancashire borough as of Sunday, June 20

The data below includes the total number of cases and overall infection rate for each area since the pandemic began. Many of these cases will no longer be active.

Blackburn with Darwen: 22,126 (+69) 14,780.6 per 100,000

Blackpool: 10,193 (+56) 7,309.6 per 100,000

Burnley: 11,103 (+28) 12,486.5 per 100,000

Chorley: 9,036 (+62) 7,643.6 per 100,000

Fylde: 5,180 (+17) 6,412.5 per 100,000

Hyndburn: 9,196 (+49) 11,347.1 per 100,000

Lancaster: 9,947 (+34) 6,811.2 per 100,000

Pendle: 10,608 (+40) 11,516.4 per 100,000

Preston: 15,378 (+48) 10,743.7 per 100,000

Ribble Valley: 5,397 (+28) 8,863.8 per 100,000

Rossendale: 7,157 (+35) 10,012.3 per 100,000

South Ribble: 9,262 (+27) 8,360.1 per 100,000

West Lancashire: 9,294 (+13) 8,130.8 per 100,000

Wyre: 7,063 (+22) 6,301.1 per 100,000

Today 9,284 new infections were reported, according to government data, a rise of 24% per cent on last Sunday's 7,490 new cases.

While Covid case numbers continue to rise rapidly, daily deaths have yet to increase to any significant degree during the third wave.

Today a further six people died, two less than last Sunday.

On Saturday 14 people lost their lives to Covid in the UK compared to 12 the Saturday before and 13 the week before that.

Newly released data shows that hospitalisations are rising at a third of the rate that they were during the beginning of the second wave in September.

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