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The total number of coronavirus cases recorded on Teesside has climbed by another 420 after three-figure rises in Middlesbrough and Stockton, according to figures which were released by Public Health England yesterday;

Meanwhile several Teesside primary schools have confirmd they will remain closed following the Christmas holidays after staff raised concerns over safety;

...and the Redcar Coastguard and RNLI lifeboat were called into action in our area on New Year's Day.

 

The total number of coronavirus cases recorded on Teesside has climbed by another 420 after three-figure rises in Middlesbrough and Stockton, according to figures which were released by Public Health England yesterday.

Hartlepool reported a daily rise of 84 while cases in Middlesbrough and Stockton went up by 130 and 143 respectively.

Here in Redcar and Cleveland there were 63 new confirmed cases.

 

Meanwhile several Teesside primary schools have confirmd they will remain closed following the Christmas holidays after staff raised concerns over safety.

Captain Cook Primary School, in Marton, become the first to contact parents yesterday, a day before pupils were due to return to the classroom to say the school will be shut for a further two weeks.

A number of other schools have also confirmed they will be closed, including Kirkleatham Primary School, in Redcar, which has also contacted parents say it will remain closed today after talks with unions.

 

The Redcar Coastguard and RNLI lifeboat were called into action in our area on New Year's Day.

Just before 3pm the Redcar Coastguard rescue team were tasked by the Humber operations room at Bridlington to reports of a kitesurfer in difficulty in the vicinity of the windfarm in Redcar.

The crew of the Atlantic 85 lifeboat at Redcar were preparing to launch when a message was received to say that the surfer had returned to shore unaided, and the lifeboat was stood down just before launching.

The public are reminded that if you see anyone in trouble on the beach or cliffs, you should dial 999 and ask for the Coastguard.


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