Official page for First West Yorkshire. The First West Yorkshire drivers were based at the Hunslet Park depot, in Donisthorpe Street, Leeds. Coronavirus: Father and son return home after Leeds hospital lockdown ... Pinderfields nurse becomes world's first volunteer for new Covid-19 treatment trials. 3.4K likes. Health Coronavirus Two bus drivers based at First Leeds depot in Hunslet Park have died from Covid-19 Two bus drivers based at First's depot in Hunslet Park have died from Covid-19. Bus drivers in Bradford have voted to strike early next year in a dispute over "dangerous" shifts introduced at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. We run bus services across West Yorkshire. Coronavirus: West Yorkshire key workers 'could be stranded' ... First Bus warned the committee that keeping passengers at a safe distance from each other posed problems. Hospital trusts in Leeds have not recorded any coronavirus deaths in the last 24 hours.. The Leeds COVID-19 Connect and Support Service is being launched by Leeds … A NEW local contact tracing system has been launched in Leeds today to boost efforts to fight COVID-19. Paul Matthew, managing director of First West Yorkshire said the company was “shocked” by the tragedy. Beni Nami, 20, stabbed Tcherno Ly (pictured below), 21, during the 2019 Leeds Carnival weekend. By Joe Cooper Monday, 16th November 2020, 10:27 am First West Yorkshire, Leeds. News Buses in Leeds to be sprayed monthly with sanitiser that 'kills' coronavirus First Bus services in Leeds will be sprayed with sanitising spray which 'kills' coronavirus on surfaces. Despite this, most recent data, from Friday (October 2), shows that the city has the second-highest infection rate in Yorkshire, at 149.3 per 100,000 people. Two Leeds bus drivers have died after contracting coronavirus, it has been confirmed. Health Coronavirus Four Leeds bus drivers at Bramley First Bus depot test positive for Covid Eight members of staff at the First Bus Leeds depot in Bramley have tested positive for coronavirus. First Bus drivers across Leeds will switch off their engines this afternoon (Monday) in memory of fallen colleagues. Train operators are cancelling services in West Yorkshire and bus companies are planning to make timetable changes as passenger numbers plummet during the coronavirus pandemic.. Demand has dropped significantly since the UK government stated everyone in the country should work from home if possible, avoid "non-essential" contact with others and crowded places.