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Coronavirus update – getting ready for the changes happening on 4th July

  • The Coronavirus or Covid-19 is the virus that has been spreading around the world since December 2019.

  • It can affect your lungs and your breathing.  The signs are

    • A new cough
    • A high temperature
    • Loss of smell or taste
  • If you get any of these symptoms telephone NHS 111 or click or tap here here to find out more

  • We have all been in lockdown since March.  Places have been closed and we have been staying home and getting used to a different life.

    It’s not been easy but it has saved lives. After 3 months some things are carefully starting back up again.

  • Most of us haven’t had this virus yet so please be very careful from July 4th.

  • From 4th July the Government are changing their guidance.  More places will be opening and the safe distance advice will change from 2 meters to 1 meter.

    The Government think this is the best way for pubs, cafes and restaurants to open.

     

     

  • The virus has not gone away.

    people still need to be careful.  If you have health problems you need to be very careful.

  • As things start to get a bit easier it is important you work out for yourself

     

    • Where you want to go
    • Things you do and don’t want to do
    • How far you keep away from other people
    • What you will do about face coverings
  • Keepsafe run by Photosymbols  have been keeping people up to date with easy read information. They have made some posters about the changes the Government are making from 4th July.  Click or tap on any of the links below.  You can print out the posters to put up around your home.

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • Talk to people you trust.

    Just because other people are doing things doesn’t mean you have to.

    • You can make up your own mind
    • Talk to people you trust
    • Good luck – keep safe