RICHMONDSHIRE has seen the highest cases with 203 per 100,000 in North Yorkshire as of last week - see how your area compares.

The data shows the seven-day rate per 100,000 as of June 27 2021 with Richmondshire reaching 203 cases, and Craven almost reaching the same at 191 cases.

The data is based on positive test result data supplied to North Yorkshire County Council for the seven day period preceding the latest data date and does not include tests results that are still being processed.

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The data shows that Ryedale has the fewest cases with just 96 per 100,000. Scarborough has 159 cases, per 100,000 and Hambleton has 121 cases per 100,000.

The cases per 100,000 in each district are as follows as of June 27 2021:


Catterick Garrispon and Colburn: 49

Leyburn, Middleham and Tunstall: 17

Catterick and Brompton-on-Swale: 15

Richmond Town: 10

North Richmondshire: 9 

Upper Dales: 3 


Easingwold and Stillington: 14 

Northallerton: 14

Rudby and Ingleby: 10

Northallerton South and Leeming Bar: 8

Bedale and Snape: 7

Brompton, Appleton and Thimbleby: 7

Leeming, Pickhill and Thornton: 6

Thirsk North: 6

Thirsk south and Coxwold: 4

Linton, Tollerton and Raskelf: 4


Malton and Norton: 11

Sheriff Hutton, Slingsby and Swinton: 10 

Helmsley and Ampleforth: 9 

Pickering and Thornton Dale: 5

Rillington and Sherburn: 5 


Scarborough Central: 31

Falsgrave: 21

Wheatcroft and Cayton: 12

Barrowcliff and Northstead: 12 

Scarborough Town and North Bay: 9

Filey and Hummanby: 7

Newby and Scalby: 7

Whitby West: 7 

Whitby South and East: 6 

Burniston, Sleights and Fylingdales: 5

Eastfield, Crossgate and Seamer: 5

Ramshill and South Cliff: 4

Ayton and Snainton: 3

Esk Valley and Runswick Coast: 3

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