Harrogate district reports 17 more covid cases
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Feb 21, 2021
The Coronavirus testing site on Dragon Road, Harrogate.

17 more coronavirus cases have been reported today in the Harrogate district.

It takes the total number of reported cases to 7,178 since the start of the pandemic.

Yesterday the district reached a sombre milestone as the 150th person died in hospital after being diagnosed with covid.


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Tomorrow a new vaccination site will open up in Knaresborough, at the site of the former Lidl supermarket on York Road.

The site will be run by Homecare Pharmacy Services, a Knaresborough-based pharmacist.

Prime minister Boris Johnson is due to announce the UK’s roadmap out of lockdown tomorrow, with schools expected to reopen on March 8.

To bring home the human cost of the pandemic in our district, the Stray Ferret would like to publish tributes from those who have been hit hardest by covid and help to tell their story.

If you have lost someone close to you due to the virus and want to pay tribute to them, get in touch on contact@thestrayferret.co.uk.


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