Coronavirus (Covid-19)

N.B. this page will be updated if the situation changes and as we further develop our response.

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Currently

Alert Level 2

But this could change again on Friday 14 August.

Explained

Ministry of Health Information

If you have symptoms or you have been somewhere where you might have been infected

  • Ring 0800 358 5453 or
  • Contact your GP. Ring before you go to a health centre.

Current Alert Level: 2

See the Covid-19 website for a fuller explanation

Table describing alert levels

Staying at home means staying at home! We can go out to go to the supermarket or the doctor or for exercise.

We may not drive our cars for any other reason and exercise is to be in our own neighbourhood.

The government's Covid-19 site

World Health organisation information

About Covid-19

Protecting yourself





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More On Coronavirus

Understanding Coronavirus

Preventing the Spread of Coronavirus

Good hygiene.

  • If you feel ill, do not attend public gatherings and endanger other people.
  • Wash your hands regularly with an alcohol based hand-wash or soap.
    • Hand sanitisers are good but are not as effective as frequent hand-washing with soap and water followed by thorough drying.
  • Cough or sneeze into the bend of your elbow or use disposable tissues.
    • If you use tissues, dispose of them immediately into a covered container.
  • Avoid shaking hands, hugging, etc.
  • Spraying surfaces with disinfectant.
  • The current advice is to stay 2m away from anyone known to be ill with Covid-19 but that is a measure many people are adopting, as an extra precaution, even when with those not infected.