Is lockdown in Harrogate working? Here are the neighbourhoods where Covid infections are falling the fastest

Harrogate has now been in a lockdown for four weeks - but is it working?

Thursday, 28th January 2021, 1:49 pm
Updated Thursday, 28th January 2021, 1:52 pm
Here are the areas of Harrogate where infection rates have fallen the most.

Since mid-January the rate of positive Covid cases per 100,000 people in Harrogate has been generally falling, according to Government figures.

The latest figures show 14 out of 21 neighbourboods have seen a drop in infections.

Here we reveal which neighbourhoods have seen the biggest drop in case rates per between January 15 and January 22.

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Harrogate West and Pannal has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 75%, from 446.9 per 100,000 on January 15 to 111.7 per 100,000 on January 22.
Stray has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 65.2%, from 297.7 per 100,000 on January 15 to 103.5 per 100,000 on January 22.
Bilton has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 57.1%, from 232.6 per 100,000 on January 15 to 99.7% per 100,000 on January 22.
Hookstone has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 52.4%, from 249.4 per 100,000 on January 15 to 118.8 per 100,000 on January 22.
Knaresborough South and Follifoot has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 50%, from 274 per 100,000 on January 15 to 137 per 100,000 on January 22.
Knaresborough Central has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 50%, from 490.1 per 100,000 on January 15 to 245.1 per 100,000 on January 22.
Disthorpe, Baldersby and Markington has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 46.4%, from 436.2 per 100,000 on January 15 to 233.7 per 100,000 on January 22.
Central Harrogate has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 43.8%, from 327.4 per 100,000 on January 15 to 184.1 per 100,000 on January 22.
Starbeck has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 37.5%, from 430.5 per 100,000 on January 15 to 269 per 100,000 on January 22.
Spofforth, Burn Bridge and Huby has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 31.3%, from 271.3 per 100,000 on January 15 to 186.5 per 100,000 on January 22.
Ouseburn, Hammerton and Tockwith has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 23.1%, from 267.4 per 100,000 on January 15 to 205.7 per 100,000 on January 22.
Harrogate East has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 19.4%, from 345.2 per 100,000 on January 15 to 278.4 per 100,000 on January 22.
Boroughbridge and Marton-cum-Grafton has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 15.4%, from 393.3 per 100,000 on January 15 to 332.8 per 100,000 on January 22.
Saltergate has seen rates of positive Covid cases fall by 9.5%, from 280.4 per 100,000 on January 15 to 253.7 per 100,000 on January 22.
Killinghall and Hampsthwaite has seen rates of positive Covid cases rise by 4.9%, from 876.4 per 100,000 on January 15 to 919.5 per 100,000 on January 22.
Menwith, Beckwithshaw and Denton Moor has seen rates of positive Covid cases rise by 6.7%, from 251.7 per 100,000 on January 15 to 268.5 per 100,000 on January 22.
Knaresborough North has seen rates of positive Covid cases rise by 7.1%, from 197.8 per 100,000 on January 15 to 211.9 per 100,000 on January 22.
Ripon North and West has seen rates of positive Covid cases rise by 20%, from 162.6 per 100,000 on January 15 to 195.1 per 100,000 on January 22.
Masham, Kirkby Malzeard and North Stainley has seen rates of positive Covid cases rise by 25%, from 218.4 per 100,000 on January 15 to 273 per 100,000 on January 22.
Ripon South and East has seen rates of positive Covid cases rise by 87.4%, from 156.1 per 100,000 on January 15 to 292.6 per 100,000 on January 22.
Pateley Bridge and Nidd Valley has seen rates of positive Covid cases rise by 155.5%, from 148.6 per 100,000 on January 15 to 379.7 per 100,000 on January 22.