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Coronavirus update and support Cllr Sean Donnelly, Cabinet Member for Health and Social Care

With so much information in the news about coronavirus it can be difficult to keep track of where you’re allowed to go, who you’re allowed to see and what you’re permitted to do.

What remains unchanged is the fact that coronavirus remains a threat to everyone in our communities, particularly the most vulnerable, and we shouldn’t become complacent about the risks.

The simplest ways to avoid the spread of COVID-19 are still the most effective: adhering to social distancing (maintaining a 2m distance between you and others), staying at home wherever possible, regular hand washing with soap and water wearing a face covering in public settings.

Of course we all missed seeing friends and loved ones during lockdown so it is important to remember the guidelines currently in
place.

▪  You can meet in any outdoor space in a group of up to 6 people from different households ensuring you maintain social distancing

▪  Single adult households can form an exclusive ‘support bubble’ with one other household

▪  You can also meet in a group of two households, providing you maintain social distancing, in any location

▪  Avoid arranging or attending celebrations (such as parties) where it is difficult to maintain social distancing.

You can find more details at: 
knowsleynews.co.uk/coronavirus-dos-and-donts/

We all have a part to play in stopping the spread of the virus as we build a stronger, healthier Knowsley. By continuing to follow simple steps and respect the safety measures in place we can help return to normality quicker.

The pandemic has been a strain on us all. As well as taking steps to help stop the spread of the virus it is important everyone continues to look after their mental health and wellbeing during this time.

Whether it’s a boost to your mental health or getting a better night’s sleep, the www.kindtoyourmind.org website has lots of useful resources to help improve your lifestyle and maintain a healthy mind. 

Or if you want to get active, lose weight and make healthier food choices, start your journey to better health by visiting www.nhs.uk/better-health

 

Posted by Cllr Sean Donnelly on September 8th, 2020

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