LATEST figures show that there have been 23 cases of coronavirus in Trafford.

According to Public Health England and Department of Health and Social Care show that there have been 5,683 confirmed cases across the UK.

Nationally there 4,792 and then there were 665 daily confirmed cases.

So far there have been 281 deaths.

Across the North West of England, there have been 44 cases in Lancashire, while Manchester has had 33 closely followed by Stockport.

Trafford, Oldham and Salford are all locked in with 23 cases.

Bolton ranks next highest with 17 cases while Bury has 14. 

The latest figures show that the number of cases for Trafford has gone up by four in the 24 hours and a rise by nine in four days.

Meanwhile, all jury trials in England and Wales will be put on hold as part of the ongoing efforts to halt the spread of Covid-19.

In a statement on Monday, the Lord Chief Justice Lord Burnett said no new trials will start and that ongoing trials will be paused while arrangements are put in place so they can continue safely.

The Government has announced it will suspend franchise agreements for train companies.


Meanwhile here is the latest from leader of Trafford Council