The Harrogate district’s seven-day covid rate has fallen to 263 covid infections per 100,000 people. Meanwhile, a further 38 cases have been reported in today’s daily government figures.
The Harrogate district has recorded another 38 new covid cases in the last 24 hours, according to today’s Public Health England figures. Meanwhile, the district’s seven-day covid rate has fallen to 263 cases per 100,000 people. Elsewhere, the North Yorkshire rate...
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The district’s weekly covid rate peaked at 534 infections per 100,000 people on July 18 and has more than halved in the fortnight since as cases continue to fall sharply.
Meanwhile, the district’s seven-day covid rate has fallen to 270 cases per 100,000 people. Elsewhere, the North Yorkshire rate stands at 268 and the England average is 295.
The Harrogate district’s seven-day covid rate continues to fall and stands at 284 cases per 100,000 people. No covid-related deaths have been reported at Harrogate District Hospital in three months.
The district’s weekly rate now stands at 294, having declined rapidly from a high of 534 just 11 days ago. A total of 79 new infections were recorded today.
The current diving boards have been out of action since November, forcing divers to travel to West Yorkshire to train. The Hydro’s pools may close while work is carried out.
The district now has a weekly average of 307 infections per 100,000 people, compared with 534 just 10 days ago. Another 69 covid cases have been reported in the last 24 hours.
Amanda Bloor, accountable officer at NHS North Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group, warns that if the number continues to rise it could have an impact on the hospital’s ability to carry out planned procedures.
The district’s seven-day average rate of infection is now 348 cases per 100,000 people. It was as high as 534 just nine days ago.
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