The Harrogate district seven-day covid rate has risen above 600 for the first time after another 141 infections were confirmed today by Public Health England.
The gap between infection rates in the district and the county and national averages continues to widen. The North Yorkshire rate is 456 and the England rate is 357.
The district with the next highest rate in the county is Craven, at 494.
Harrogate West and Pannal Ash has recorded the most cases within the district in the lasts even days, with 66.
Knaresborough Central has recorded the fewest, with 22.
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