Number of Covid-19 cases in Harborough has fallen sharply

And just over 75 per cent of adults locally have now had both doses of the vaccine

Friday, 30th July 2021, 3:53 pm
Updated Friday, 30th July 2021, 3:54 pm

The number of Covid-19 cases in Harborough has plunged.

Coronavirus infections across the district have plummeted by 40 per cent over the last week.

Some 250 people tested positive for the virulent virus in the seven days to yesterday (Thursday) – that’s 168 fewer than the week before.

Coronavirus infections across the Harborough district have plummeted by 40 per cent over the last week.

The infection rate per 100,000 people in Harborough has now dropped to 312, the latest figures show.

Over 130,000 people in the district have now had at least one vaccination as the successful vaccine rollout continues apace.

A remarkable 130,686 jabs have now been given since people received the first shots in Market Harborough last December.

Just over 75 per cent of adults locally have now had both doses.

And an impressive 88 per cent have been vaccinated once in the fight to beat the Covid pandemic.