The borough’s seven-day infection rate per 100,000 people is now 249, down from 280 yesterday.
Two weeks ago, Scarborough’s infection rate stood at 611, the second-highest in England.
Scarborough’s infection rate remains above the average for England, which is now 188.
Bridlington Health Forum is urging people to become registered members of York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals Trust
NHS staffing crisis: Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals Trust’s workforce in numbers – find out more here
York Hospital: Health trust warned as 'urgent improvements' needed to keep patients safe inspection says
Some services at Cross Lane Hospital in Scarborough rated as 'inadequate' by CQC
GP patient survey: the best and worst rated doctors’ surgeries in Scarborough in 2021
Yesterday, it was announced that Scarborough and North Yorkshire, along with York, would be placed into the middle ‘High’ Tier 2 restrictions from December 2 when lockdown ends.
The rest of Yorkshire was placed into Tier 3, which has the highest level of restrictions, however, local leaders also warned there was no room for complacency as the county enters a dangerous phase with the end of lockdown.
Richard Flinton, chairman of the North Yorkshire Local Resilience Forum, said: “To each and every one of you who has played their part to get the rates down I am grateful; please keep going because there really is light at the end of the tunnel now.
“If we can keep that downward trend, we will all get back to as close to normality as possible sooner.
“The Government has said that it will review the tiers fortnightly, so if we keep on pulling together to follow the restrictions there is always the chance we can go into the lowest Tier 1.”
Tomorrow (Sat), a mobile testing facility will be at Filey Country Park in Filey and Scarborough’s walk-in coronavirus testing site at William Street Coach Park is also offering testing seven days a week from 8am until 8pm.
Appointments must be booked in advance.
Anyone who is showing coronavirus symptoms should register for a test on the NHS website.
People who do not have access to the internet, or who have difficulty with the digital portals, can ring the 119 service to book.
Tests can be booked here.