These Are The Areas Of Yorkshire That Have Now ‘Suppressed’ COVID-19

These Are The Areas Of Yorkshire That Have Now ‘Suppressed’ COVID-19

As cases across the country finally begin to dwindle after almost two months in lockdown and a year under yo-yo-ing restrictions, a number of areas in Yorkshire have officially ‘suppressed’ the virus – with three or less cases reported in this week’s statistics. The data, which is shown in the government’s new interactive map, expresses the seven-day infection rates for all areas in the UK – with varying rates dependent on the area.

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And while most areas are still largely affected by COVID-19, a number of Yorkshire villages have now ‘suppressed’ the virus, providing us with a little bit of hope as the end of lockdown lingers. It is worth noting, however, areas such as Driffield that had suppressed the virus last week have now reported five new cases, bumping up its infection rate into a new colour code.

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Here are the areas that have ‘suppressed’ the virus:

  • Sutton & Cross Hills, North Yorkshire
  • Menston & Burley Moor, West Yorkshire
  • Burley-in-Wharfedale, West Yorkshire
  • Skipton North & Barden Fell, North Yorkshire
  • Grassington, Upper Wharfedale & Gargrave, North Yorkshire
  • Settle, Hellifield & Horton, North Yorkshire
  • Upper Dales, North Yorkshire
  • Masham, Kirkby Malzeard & North Stainley, North Yorkshire
  • Ripon North & West, North Yorkshire
  • Knaresborough North, North Yorkshire
  • Collingham, Rigton & Harewood, West Yorkshire
  • Scarcroft, Shadwell & Scholes, West Yorkshire
  • Aberford, Barwick & Thorner, West Yorkshire
  • Sandal, West Yorkshire
  • Sandygate & Crosspool, South Yorkshire
  • Crookes, South Yorkshire
  • Springvale & Steel Bank, South Yorkshire
  • Heeley & Newfield Green, South Yorkshire
  • Dore & Whirlow, South Yorkshire
  • Totley & Bradway, South Yorskshire
  • Sprotborough, South Yorkshire
  • South Bank & Dringhouses, North Yorkshire
  • Haxby, North Yorkshire
  • Esk Valley & Runswick Coast, North Yorkshire
  • Whitby West, North Yorkshire
  • Ayton & Snainton, North Yorkshire
  • Rillington & Sherburn, North Yorkshire
  • Burton Agnes, Rudston & Langtoft, East Riding of Yorkshire
  • Skipsea, Beeford & Brandesburton, East Riding of Yorkshire
  • Greatfield, East Riding of Yorkshire
  • Newland Avenues, East Riding of Yorkshire
  • Kirk Ella, East Riding of Yorkshire

Here are the areas hardest hit by the virus (case rates well above the national average):

  • South Cave, Newbald & Little Weighton, East Riding of Yorkshire
  • East Ella, East Riding of Yorkshire
  • Hatfield East, South Yorkshire
  • Scawthorpe, South Yorkshire
  • Conisbrough South, South Yorkshire
  • Netherton & Middlestown, West Yorkshire
  • Chellow Heights, West Yorkshire
  • Farnley East, West Yorkshire
  • Redcar Lakes North, North Yorkshire
  • Park End, North Yorkshire
  • Middlesbrough Central, North Yorkshire

*Statistics representative of the week ending 13th February 2021.

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