A further 145 coronavirus cases have been confirmed in the Harrogate district today, according to Public Health England figures.
The number takes the total cases since the start of the pandemic to 5,694.
Meanwhile, the district’s seven-day rate of infection currently stands at 411 people per 100,000.
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The rate for North Yorkshire is 380 and the national figure is 582.
No further deaths from patients who tested positive for coronavirus have been reported at Harrogate District Hospital.
Earlier today, North Yorkshire Police said officers would get tougher on covid rule breakers.
Superintendent Mike Walker, gold commander for the police response in the county to covid, said officers had dealt with cases of people coming from outside the county to beauty spots and others holding birthday parties.