About Coronavirus

Coronavirus remains a serious health risk

You should stay cautious to help protect yourself and others.

  • Meet outside, or open windows and doors for indoor visitors
  • If you think you have symptoms stay at home and take a PCR test
  • Wear face coverings in crowded places and on public transport
  • Check in to venues when you go out
  • Wash your hands with soap regularly, and for at least 20 seconds
  • Get vaccinated if you’re 12 years or over

While cases are still relatively high, everybody needs to continue to act carefully and remain cautious. This is why we are keeping in place key protections:

 

 

Lets keep Life Moving

COVID-19 Response: Autumn 2021

The country is learning to live with COVID-19, and the main line of defence is vaccination. The following safer behaviours and actions are practical steps you can
take to help protect yourself and others.

The Facts and Statistics about Coronavirus in the UK

The link below will take you to the official statistics for Corona virus in the UK.

The dashboard shows:

  • total lab-confirmed cases of coronavirus in the UK and each of the 4 constituent countries
  • total deaths in hospital of patients who tested positive for COVID-19 in the UK and each of the 4 constituent countries
  • cases confirmed by NHS/PHE labs for each region and upper tier local authority (UTLA) in England
  • daily time series of cases in England confirmed by NHS/PHE labs by specimen date
  • deaths of people who have had a positive test result for COVID-19 confirmed by a Public Health or NHS laboratory

select continue reading to go to the data

COVID-19 Response: Autumn and Winter Plan 2021

Keeping yourself and others safe

There are still  a high number of cases of COVID-19 in Tameside and there is a risk you could catch or pass on the virus, even if you are fully vaccinated. You are encouraged to exercise caution and consider the risks. While no situation is risk free, there are actions we can take to protect ourselves and others around us.

Steadily, over the course of this year, the whole United Kingdom (UK) has seen life return closer to normal. Between March and July this year, the Government’s roadmap for England reopened the economy and lifted restrictions in four steps. Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have also emerged from lockdown on similar timetables. The country is learning to live with COVID-19, and the main line of defence is now vaccination rather than lockdown. The Test, Trace and Isolate system is reducing the number of positive cases mixing in the community. Rules and regulations have mostly been replaced with advice and guidance on the practical steps people can take to help manage the risks to themselves and others.

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Stay physically active

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