REVEALED: The Covid cases and infection rates for all areas of Scarborough, Filey and Whitby

The vaccine roll-out is in full swing and lockdown has been gradually lifting in Scarborough and across England as cases and deaths dwindle.

Sunday, 16th May 2021, 9:10 pm
Updated Sunday, 16th May 2021, 9:12 pm
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With the so-called Indian variant fast becoming a cause of concern with infections identified across the UK, there are fears the roadmap out of lockdown could be threatened. But the latest figures show 11 of the borough’s 14 wards still saw infection rates remain at 0 - where there have been fewer than three cases - in the latest seven-day period, the first week of May. Now with pubs, cafes and restaurants to open indoors to customers again on May 17, we reveal which neighbourhoods have seen the lowest rate of cases per 100,000 people between May 1 and May 8.

Ramshill and South Cliff remained at recording less than three cases.
Filey and Hunmanby remained at recording less than three cases.

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Scarborough Central recorded a rise from less than three cases to an infection rate of 37.7.
Whitby West remained at recording less than three cases.
Falsgrave remained at recording less than three cases.
Eastfield, Crossgates and Seamer remained at recording less than three cases.
Ayton and Snainton recorded a drop in infection rate from 62.6 to less than three cases.
Scarborough Town and North Bay recorded a rise from less than three cases to an infection rate of 51.4.
Esk Valley and Runswick Coast remained at recording less than three cases.
Newby and Scalby remained at recording less than three cases.
Barrowcliff and Northstead remained at recording less than three cases.
Wheatcroft and Cayton remained at recording less than three cases.
Whitby South and East remained at recording less than three cases.
Burniston, Sleights and Fylingdales remained at recording less than three cases.