The Harrogate district’s seven-day covid rate is now at 534 infections per 100,000 people — the equal highest ever. Another 166 cases were reported today.
Harrogate’s coronavirus infection rate is rising sharply and has equalled record levels – but hospitalisations and deaths remain low. The borough’s weekly rate per 100,000 people is currently at 534 – higher than any other area in North Yorkshire and equal to its...
The seven day average case rate is now 506.7 – Harrogate remains higher than any other district in North Yorkshire and above the England average of 320.3.
This week Harrogate District Hospital recorded another death of a patient who tested positive for covid. It takes the death toll from covid at the hospital since March 2020 to 188.
The Harrogate district’s seven-day covid rate has increased to 408 per 100,000 people — above the North Yorkshire average of 355 and the England rate of 287.
The Harrogate district has recorded its highest daily number of covid cases since January and another covid-related death. The district’s seven-day infection rate continues to increase and now stands at 372 per 100,000 people.
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The Harrogate district’s seven-day covid rate has increased to 336 per 100,000 people, according to latest figures. The North Yorkshire average is 287 and the England rate is 275.
Mr Jones says Labcorp, previously knows as Covance, is one of the biggest employers in his constituency and he wants to help it expand. Protestors waved banners saying ‘puppy killers work here’ during a demo at the Otley Road site last month.
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Today’s figures mean the district’s seven-day case rate has crept back up above 300 to 309 infections per 100,000 people. Only Scarborough has a higher rate in North Yorkshire.
Today’s spike in infections is the highest daily number in the district since 132 cases were recorded on September 7.
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