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The district has recorded a further 10 covid cases today.
The last death of a patient who tested positive for covid at Harrogate District Hospital was reported on April 11, according to NHS England figures. It means no covid-related deaths have been recorded at the hospital for two months.
The Harrogate district’s seven-day covid rate increases to 42 infections per 100,000 people. No covid deaths have been recorded at Harrogate District Hospital since April 11.
The planters were introduced at the start of the pandemic to allow pedestrians to social distance. But many residents and traders want them removed and parking restored.
Some staff are also off sick due to adverse reactions to the vaccine, the council said in a statement this afternoon. It added staff were issued with the necessary safety precautions.
It is the highest daily number since February 17. However, Harrogate District Hospital doesn’t currently have any covid patients and hasn’t recorded a covid-related death for almost two months.
Amanda Bloor, accountable officer at North Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group, has denied national reports that GP surgeries are closed and not offering face-to-face appointments saying the claims are a “myth”.
Twelve more cases of covid have been reported in the Harrogate district, according to latest government figures. Those aged over 25 have been invited to book their covid vaccine from today.
The district’s seven-day average rate of infection is up to 29 per 100,000 in population. But there have been no covid-related deaths since April 11.
Today’s figure comes after the district recorded its highest number of daily infections since March yesterday.
The Harrogate district has reported 15 daily covid cases, which is the highest number since March 21. NHS England no longer reports coronavirus deaths from hospitals over weekends or on Bank Holidays.