16 September - The North Yorkshire Local Resilience Forum, comprising of agencies and partners responsible for leading the fight against the pandemic here, have escalated the response after cases more than quadrupled in the last fortnight.
Main concerns include:
The rising number of cases across the area.
Growing evidence of increased community transmission
Increases in infections among care home staff and residents.
The national problems with laboratory capacity which mean that fewer tests are available and results take longer to process.
Read the statement from City of York.
Read the statement from North Yorkshire County Council.
Please also follow our Twitter account to see latest emergency info https://twitter.com/NYorksPrepared
You can follow Public Health England on their Twitter and Facebook social media sites to keep up to date with any further information.
Coronavirus update for our current Ready for Anything volunteers
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.
You can keep up to date with Met office weather warnings on their website.
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.