Harrogate District Hospital is still treating a record amount of covid patients.
Figures from North Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group today revealed that 65 people are in hospital with covid.
The number is among the highest since the start of the pandemic.
Last month the hospital urged people to follow lockdown rules and stay at home as its covid wards were “exceptionally busy”. But numbers have remained stubbornly high since.
It comes as a further 27 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in the Harrogate District, according to today’s Public Health England statistics.
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It takes the total number of cases since March to 7,086.
The district’s seven-day covid rate has fallen to 95 per 100,000 people.
The North Yorkshire average is 90, while the England rate stands at 132.
Killinghall and Hampsthwaite remains the area in the district with the most covid cases in the last seven days, with 19.
No further covid-related deaths have been reported at Harrogate District Hospital.