There have now been 10,195 confirmed cases in the Lancashire County Council area, according to Public Health England figures.
Meanwhile, the total across Lancashire – including Blackpool and Blackburn – stands at 13,715.
How many coronavirus cases are there in Lancashire?
Public Health England records cases for each council area. The latest totals for each area in Lancashire are:
Blackburn with Darwen – 2,284 (Up from 2,234)
Blackpool – 1,236 (Up from 1,215)
Burnley – 879 (Up from 848)
Chorley – 834 (Up from 826)
Fylde -559 (Up from 551)
Hyndburn – 739 (Up from 702)
Lancaster – 996 (Up from 991)
Pendle – 1,106 (Up from 1,084)
Preston – 1,871 (Up from 1,829)
Ribble Valley – 265 (Up from 264)
Rossendale – 547 (Up from 520)
South Ribble – 692 (Up from 685)
West Lancs – 927 (Up from 908)
Wyre – 780 (Up from 776)
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