See information on the number of cases and how it is changing across the county and where you live–click here to go to the webpage.
The current situation in North Yorkshire
North Yorkshire remains in the medium Covid-19 alert level. Find out more about the current Covid-19 alert level and the restrictions in place.
We have seen an overall increase in people testing positive for Covid-19 in North Yorkshire since the beginning of September. Although North Yorkshire rates are lower than those for England as a whole, rates have risen in all areas of the county and in all age groups.
The highest numbers of Covid-19 cases are currently in the younger age groups, especially 18-29 year-olds, so we particularly urge this age group to think about what they can do to help slow the spread of the virus among our population, such as reducing social contacts.
- The districts of Harrogate and Selby currently have the highest number of cases, followed closely by Craven and Hambleton.
- The lowest rates across the county are currently being seen in Ryedale, Richmondshire and Scarborough.
The rates in each locality are very changeable and vary by the day. The data on the webpage linked above reflects the position as of the latest data available on the 13 October. Keep coming back to the same webpage to receive up to date information.