Coronavirus update from Hyndburn’s Leader

Hyndburn’s latest Covid-19 Infection Rate is 1,974 per 100,000 for the period 25th December to 31st December and indicates an increase of 103.8% compared to the previous week.

Across Hyndburn 57,504 people (Aged 12+) have received their first vaccination dose – 78.2%.

  • 52,288 people have received their second vaccination dose across Hyndburn indicating 71.1% of people (12+ population).
  • 33,326 Hyndburn residents have received their 3rd dose and booster (45.3% of those Aged 12+).
  • There has been 143, 118 1st, 2nd, 3rd and Booster dose vaccinations across Hyndburn.
Leader of the Council, Cllr Miles Parkinson OBE:
“In Hyndburn the rate of infection is very high and continuing to rise at an alarming rate. This is happening across the UK and we must act now to prevent further transmission in our community. Vaccination has shown to be very effective at reducing risk of illness and hospitalisation, but becoming unwell is not the only thing we need to consider.
“With the virus circulating in our community many people will need to isolate, this puts pressure on workforces and is a risk to essential services being able to continue. Our NHS are under tremendous pressure and I am urging everyone to help their fantastic efforts by following all guidance, making sure you are up to date with your vaccination and if you are unwell, please get a PCR test as soon as possible and isolate until you get your results.
“There is support available if you need it, no one in Hyndburn needs to struggle alone so please remember our Hyndburn Hub is still here to help. Our community is strong and together we are getting through the hardships this pandemic has brought.”


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If you need support you can contact the Hyndburn Hub by emailing: or calling 01254 388 111