The Harrogate district has recorded another 56 covid infections, according to today’s Pubic Health England figures.
It takes the total number of infections over the past seven days to 588 — a figure that has fallen by 14% on the previous seven days.
The district’s weekly infection rate has declined to 383 per 100,000 people. The North Yorkshire rate is 318 and the England average stands at 295.
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It was also revealed today that the Knaresborough vaccine clinic is moving to larger premises in the town.
The clinic will relocate to Chain Lane Community Hub from September 27 where it hopes to offer up to 1,500 covid and flu vaccinations a day.
The current site, at the former Lidl, has been in use since February but with winter approaching Homecare Pharmacy Services, which runs the clinic, wanted a larger space where people could wait indoors.