As rates of coronavirus cases remain low compared to other areas, North Yorkshire’s director of public health has called for people to remain vigilant.
North Yorkshire’s director of public health has called for people to remain vigilant despite the county being “way off” a local lockdown. Dr Lincoln Sargeant said the average number of cases of coronavirus in the county remains low, with areas like Harrogate averaging...
Disability Action Yorkshire has filled more frontline staff positions in the past two months than in the previous two years.
The government launched the Local Authority Discretionary Grants Fund in May to provide urgent financial help for small businesses. While other authorities in Yorkshire made prompt payments to successful applicants, market traders in Ripon and Knaresborough have had to wait.
Localised data from Public Health England shows that six cases of coronavirus tested positive this past week.
NHS trusts are considering different locations throughout Leeds, Harrogate, and York. They are keen to use spaces like sports halls, away from hospitals.
Despite two major setbacks with a fire at the Ripon factory in 2019, and then lockdown impacting its supply chain of restaurants and bars earlier this year, Sturdy Foods has bounced back and is taking on new employees
This new ONS data revealed that there have been five extra deaths at the hospital. That difference is where coronavirus is on the death certificate but not necessarily the cause of death.
Harrogate’s Nightingale Hospital has been given a two-week extension whilst talks continue between the NHS and council. The hospital is yet to treat any coronavirus patients.
The council also pointed to a “greater number” of new developments in Harrogate when compared to previous years which need utility works.
Two separate funders are offering grants of £10,000 and £50,000 for not-for-profit organisations that help people overcome coronavirus.
With the number of cases falling and no patients currently being treated for Covid-19 at Harrogate District Hospital, this is the last of the Stray Ferret’s daily statistic reports.
Just hours remain until the contract for the NHS’s use of Harrogate Convention Centre expires and there is still no confirmation of whether the Nightingale hospital will remain.