The Harrogate district’s seven-day covid rate remains the highest in North Yorkshire at 573 infections per 100,000 people.
The next highest in the county is Craven, at 480. The countywide average is 444 and the rate for England it is 348.
Public Health England today reported a further 156 cases in the Harrogate district, which takes the total since the pandemic began to 17,644.
Elsewhere, 129,408 people have received a first covid vaccine in the Harrogate district and 120,863 have had a second dose.
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