There are signs infection rates are now beginning to fall as the total number of people who tested positive over the past 7 days is 542, which is 31% lower than the previous 7 days.
20 more covid cases have been reported in the Harrogate district today, the lowest daily total so far this month. It means the number of people in the district who have had a confirmed positive test result is 5,875. There are signs infection rates are now beginning to...
The Crowne Plaza, Cedar Court Harrogate and the Majestic Hotel and Spa have all thrown their weight behind the proposals should they be asked to help with patients on the recovery path.
The death toll at Harrogate District Hospital from patients who tested positive for coronavirus has increased to 119. Today’s NHS England figures show a further two deaths at the hospital.
A national vaccination hub at a car park in York will offer appointments for people who live within a 45 minute travel time of the city.
North Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is rescheduling all its Saturday appointments because of lying snow, freezing conditions and further snowfall expected.
Public Health England figures show a further 77 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in the Harrogate district. The figures were delayed yesterday due to the processing of death data.
Superintendent Mike Walker, who leads the police response to covid in North Yorkshire, says there is less fear and compliance in this lockdown than the first. He says the force has tried to ‘put back that fear’ to make people understand the risks of flouting covid rules.
The HRH Group, which owns the Yorkshire Hotel, the Fat Badger and the White Hart in Harrogate, has so far declined to answer our questions about an alleged illegal New Year’s Eve party involving its managing director Simon Cotton. Mr Cotton denies the claims.
A total of 47 patients are currently being treated for coronavirus at the hospital.
Nidderdale Plus is providing a minibus service to help people in rural Nidderdale and the Washburn valleys get to the Great Yorkshire Showground in Harrogate to receive covid vaccinations.
Yesterday the Stray Ferret published claims that Harrogate hotelier Simon Cotton flouted covid restrictions by holding a party involving himself and 10 friends at the Yorkshire Hotel on New Year’s Eve.
Simon Cotton, of the HRH Group, is alleged to have held an illegal New Year’s Eve party for himself and 10 friends at the Yorkshire Hotel, asking staff to work and flouting covid rules. Mr Cotton denies the allegations.