The number of positive Covid-19 tests in Richmondshire has risen by more than 50 in a week.
Government data shows there were 51 confirmed cases in the district between October 14 and 21.
There have now been 519 positive tests in Richmondshire since the outbreak began.
As of October 18, Richmondshire had a seven-day rate of 97 cases per 100,000 people.
However, this was the joint lowest in North Yorkshire and was down on recent days when the rate surpassed 100 cases per 100,000 people.
Separate official data showing the number of cases over a seven-day period up until October 16 reveals that the majority of cases in the district have occurred in the Catterick Garrison and Colburn area.
A total of 29 cases were reported in this area over the seven days.
Over the same period, seven cases were reported in Richmond, seven in North Richmondshire, six in Catterick Village and Brompton-on-Swale, four in Leyburn,
The data was suppressed for the Upper Dales area, meaning there was between zero and three cases, but the data was not released in case the positive cases could be identified due to the small number.
There have been no deaths registered in the district, where the deceased had tested positive for Covid-19 in the previous 30 days, since July.