83 people in the Harrogate district have tested positive for coronavirus in the last 24 hours, amid speculation that North Yorkshire could enter tier two restrictions this week.
Eighty-three people in the Harrogate district have tested positive for coronavirus in the last 24 hours, according to the latest daily figures by Public Health England. It is the largest daily increase in the district since the pandemic began, beating the 63...
The staff at a home for young adults with disabilities have been told to try again in November and December but they fear that it will be too late by then as it will be in the middle of flu season.
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.
To help with the delivery of vaccinations with high demand and the need for social distancing, Boroughbridge Lions are organising traffic management for one of their local surgeries.
The charity’s service offers those struggling with their mental health the opportunity to be matched with a volunteer to offer them the ability to socialise. So far it has only received a “few” volunteers and is in need of many more.
Our lifestyle reporter, Ami Miller has been looking into ways to prevent and treat ‘Maskne.’
Graham Wilkey who is partially sighted says he is afraid to go out alone because the pavements are so uneven. Concerns raised about the Bondgate and Bondgate Bridge areas of Ripon have prompted city councillors to call for urgent repairs.
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.
Ozgur Babat, the owner of Portofino Ristorante Italian restaurant on Albert Street, said he took action after the government voted down a Labour Party motion to extend free school meals over half-term and the Christmas holidays.
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.