Here are the latest figures from Public Health England of confirmed coronavirus cases in Derbyshire, Tameside and Oldham.
As of Wednesday (March 25), there are 110 cases in Derbyshire - up by nine since Tuesday.
It is unknown how many of these cases are in the High Peak. Derbyshire County Council has said: "Due to a change in the way Public Health England reports the number of confirmed cases, we are not currently publishing figures at district and borough council level."
Meanwhile, in Oldham, there are now 42 - an increase of eight in the space of 24 hours.
In Tameside, there are 35 cases - up by three since Tuesday.
In total, there are now 9,529 cases in the UK - which is a significant increase of 1,542 since Tuesday. Of those 9,529, there are 7,973 cases in England. The overall death toll in the UK now stands at 465 - which has risen by 43 in the space of 24 hours.
It is understood 135 patients have recovered from coronavirus.
However, these figures consist of people who have tested positive for Covid-19. It is thought the true figures are much higher.
There will be a further update later today (Thursday).
Keep up to date with all the latest local and national developments here: https://www.questmedianetwork.co.uk/news/daily-coronavirus-updates/.