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Covid 19: 6 in Harrogate Hospital and no perceivable increase due to return to school

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The North Yorkshire Local Resilience Forum met today to brief the media (03 March 2021).

  • Infection rates and hospital in-patient cases continue to reduce
  • Weekending 13 March 2021, for England 0.29% have Covid (1 in 340 people) – ONS data comparison An estimated 568,100 people had COVID-19  England between 17 and 23 October 2020
  • Government agenda remains focused on lockdown compliance and take-up of vaccine
  • No peaks attributed to the return to schools

7 day infection rate/ 100,000 (week to 19 March 2021)

  • England Average – 55.7 (was 56.8)
  • North Yorkshire – 44 (was 46)
  • Scarborough – 34  (was 30.3)
  • Craven – 29.8 (was 36.8)
  • Selby – 68.4 (was 60.7)
  • Harrogate – 47.9 (was 37.9)
  • Richmond – 55.8 (was 93.1)
  • Ryedale – 39.7 (was 37.8)
  • Hambleton – 29.5 (was 50.2)

Previous figure is from a week ago, the figure in brackets

Hospital cases

A total of 69 Covid-19 across all North Yorkshire Hospitals with 17 of those cases in ICU

  • Harrogate – 6
  • Scarborough – 4
  • York – 19
  • South Tees – 40
  • Darlington – 12
  • Airedale – 10

Police

Latest enforcement data – Update not given

Testing

PCR testing capacity remains good

Schools

  • School attendance 92% attendance
  • 95% at Primary Schools
  • 90% at Secondary Schools
  • 85% Special schools
  • 6,0000 , 97% in early years settings

Care Homes – Update not given.




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