The Harrogate district’s seven-day covid rate has reached another record high.
The average now stands at 591 infections per 100,000 peoples and surpasses the last high of 585, which was reported in September.
North Yorkshire’s rate stands at 444 and the England average is 341.
Meanwhile, the Harrogate district has reported another 114 daily covid infections, according to Public Health England figures.
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Hospitalisations have increased at Harrogate District Hospital, with 13 covid-positive patients receiving treatment – a rise of three on last week.
No further deaths from patients who tested positive for coronavirus have been recorded at Harrogate District Hospital.
Elsewhere, 129,376 people have received a first covid vaccine in the Harrogate district and 120,863 have had a second dose.