The most infections in the district in the last seven days have been recorded in central Harrogate, east Harrogate and west Harrogate and Pannal. From Thursday, venues and events will no longer be required to use the NHS covid pass and face coverings will no longer be required in any setting.
The recent rapid decline of the Harrogate district's covid rate of infection appears to have halted, with the rate beginning to nudge up again. A total of 226 cases were confirmed in today's government figures, taking the seven-day infection rate to 1,073 per 100,000...
Western Primary School installed a pollution sensor in June last year, amid concerns about heavy traffic on Cold Bath Road. Six months on, data suggests levels of pollutants meet national objectives but exceed guidelines set by the World Health Organisation.
There are 20 covid patients currently being treated at Harrogate District Hospital. According to government figures, 106,434 booster or third jabs have been given in the Harrogate district, as of today.
The former Dr Bannatyne and Partners surgery on High Street in Hampsthwaite will be converted into a house after plans were approved at the second attempt.
Members of Disability Action Yorkshire and The Avalon Group will be answering questions at the Everyman Cinema from 11am until 1:30pm today.
Coach gym and Surge Padel, which are located in the same unit on Hornbeam Park, opened today. The venture has created 40 jobs and represents a significant investment in the town after a difficult couple of years for business.
Latest government figures show that the Harrogate district’s seven-day covid infection rate is now 1,060 cases per 100,000 people. The rate of decline has slowed in recent days.
Make Care Matter has been launched by North Yorkshire County Council with the aims of tackling a critical shortfall in workers and changing perceptions of the sector which is enduring a major challenge to attract and retain staff.
North Yorkshire County Council’s pension fund invests over £20m in two of the world’s largest tobacco companies even though the local authority is in charge of public health and runs its own quit smoking service.
According to latest UK Health Security Agency figures, covid-related hospitalisations at Harrogate District Hospital have fallen to 20 – down by seven on last week.
The Harrogate district covid rate currently stands at 1,078 per 100,000 people – up marginally on 1,074 yesterday, according to latest government figures. The news comes as the government prepares to end Plan B restrictions.
As completion of the first phase of the Otley Road cycle path is delayed again until February, a cycle group calls for people to hold judgement on the scheme until all three phases are complete.