The Harrogate district has reported another record high for daily covid cases as the infection rate continues to soar.
A further 191 cases were confirmed today by Public Health England. The figure surpasses the previous high of 177 on October 6.
The district’s seven-day covid rate now stands at 631 per 100,000 people after passing the 600 mark for the first time yesterday.
The North Yorkshire average is 463 and the England rate stands at 366.
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No further covid deaths have been reported at Harrogate District Hospital, according to latest NHS England figures.
A total of 129,455 people have received a first covid vaccine in the Harrogate district and 121,051 have had a second dose.