Over 900 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in Lancashire in the last 24 hours according to government figures.

The latest Public Health England data released this evening (October 25) shows two areas in the county have now seen figures exceed the 100 mark.

Preston joins Fylde as the two areas in Lancashire with highest figures surpassing 100; all areas across the county saw their figures increase by at least 20.

The city borough saw a huge daily spike with 184 cases confirmed across Preston.

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Across Lancashire, 924 cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours.

Hyndburn and Burnley are the only areas to see daily figures raise under the 30 case mark with Burnley sitting at the bottom of the list of having the lowest increase in overall figures.

33,309 further lab confirmed Covid-19 cases were recorded in England.

Lancashire's latest daily Covid cases by borough as of Monday, October 25

The data below includes the total number of cases, followed by the new daily figure (in brackets) and the overall infection rate for each area since the pandemic began. The vast majority of these cases are historical.

Preston - 24,856 (+184) 17,243.5 cases per 100,000

Wyre - 16,228 (+104) 14,352.6 cases per 100,000

Lancaster - 19,461 (+72) 13,138.8 cases per 100,000

South Ribble - 16,673 (+72) 15,009.1 cases per 100,000

Chorley - 17,609 (+70) 14,813.7 cases per 100,000

Ribble Valley - 9,780 (+67) 15,767.6 cases per 100,000

Blackburn with Darwen - 30,122 (+57) 20,077.3 cases per 100,000

West Lancashire - 16,795 (+57) 14,668.6 cases per 100,000

Fylde - 11,175 (+56) 13,760.5 cases per 100,000

Rossendale - 12,104 (+55) 16,944.8 cases per 100,000

Blackpool - 22,542 (+51) 16,289.8 cases per 100,000

Pendle - 16,044 (+34) 17,411.7 cases per 100,000

Hyndburn - 14,590 (+25) 17,982.8 cases per 100,000

Burnley - 16,835 (+20) 18,842.9 cases per 100,000

Government data shows that 38 people died within 28 of testing positive for Covid-19 bringing the total for the UK up to 139,571.

Data also shows the number of people vaccinated and displays figures of 95,276,673 people who have received their vaccinations.

Of that figure, 49,715,228 people received their first dose whilst 45,561,445 received their second dose.

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