Coronavirus information - last updated 31 March 2020
Maintaining the safety of everyone in North Yorkshire is the top priority of the North Yorkshire Local resilience Forum. Please be assured that we are working closely with all partner agencies to monitor and respond to developments.
As of 9am on 31 March 2020, a total of 143,186 people have been tested, of which 25,150 were confirmed positive. As of 5pm on 30 March 2020, of those hospitalised in the UK, 1,789 have sadly died.
- The information about the number of cases and further info is updated daily by the Government on GOV.UK . View figures broken down by regions on the dashboard.
- The self isolation information from the Government was updated on 24 March.
- The Government have published guidance for employers and businesses which was last updated on the 22 March.
- You can use the NHS online 111 service to find out more about Coronavirus
You can find local and relevant information to North Yorkshire on the North Yorkshire County Council's website including a dedicated telephone number for vulnerable who are self isolating.
Flooding alerts and warnings
There are flood risk areas in North Yorkshire. You can keep up to date by viewing the alerts via the Environment Agency and signing up to alerts for your area.
The lead agency assisting residents after flooding in the Selby area is Selby District Council. Find out more about flooding in Selby on the Selby District council website. Financial help has been announced for residents affected by the recent flooding.
We will post any further updates when we have them.
You will find the latest information by following agencies Twitter accounts. North Yorkshire Local Resilience Forum is https://twitter.com/NYorksPrepared and other agencies accounts can be found here.