The footage shows tens of people waiting patiently outside of Tesco Express on Cambridge Road at 10.02pm on Saturday.
A Harrogate resident has sent us a video of large queues forming outside a shop in the town immediately after the pubs closed. The footage shows dozens of people waiting outside Tesco Express on Cambridge Road at 10.02pm on Saturday. Phil Riverside, the Harrogate...
It means the district’s total confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic is now 2,106. Across Yorkshire and the Humber, 3,000 further cases were confirmed today, bringing the total for the region to 115,145 since the outbreak began.
The number of cases in the Harrogate district since March have passed 2,000. It comes after another 60 cases were confirmed today, according to Public Health England.
North Yorkshire public health officials have urged people not to hold Bonfire Night events at home this year in order to tackle the spread of coronavirus.
It brings the total number of people in the district confirmed to have the virus to 1,989 since the start of the pandemic. Today’s figures also show there have been no further deaths at Harrogate District Hospital.
The figure brings the district’s total number of confirmed cases since the start of the outbreak to 1,930. There have been no further deaths in patients with covid 19 at Harrogate District Hospital.
52 more coronavirus cases have been confirmed in the Harrogate district, according to today’s Public Health England figures.
Police have urged people in tier three areas to stay away from North Yorkshire this October half term. Officers have also asked young people in the county to abide by social distancing guidance and the rule of six.
The Harrogate district now has a seven-day rolling average of 160 infections per 100,000 people. The news comes as Harrogate District Hospital records its first covid death in more than three weeks.
Kevin Hollinrake says it is only fair on businesses to impose tighter measures when there is an “absolute need”, amid speculation North Yorkshire is heading for tier two.
It is the first covid death at the hospital since September 29 and only the second since July. The total number of coronavirus deaths at the hospital since the start of the pandemic is now 84.
Amanda Bloor, accountable officer at North Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group, says the situation across the county is ‘relatively stable’ although numbers are going up.