Update situation from the Worcestershire County Council -
Update - 30 June 2021
Latest figures show Bromsgrove once again has the highest COVID-19 figures in the county. Public Health in Worcestershire has been monitoring the situation. They have found cases are spreading in residents who are under 30.
Public Health advise everyone to keep following the rules, continue taking a regular rapid flow test and for anyone 18 and over, to get vaccinated.
Councillor Karen May, Leader of Bromsgrove District Council and cabinet member with responsibility for Health and Wellbeing said:
“We have come such a long way over the last year. Bromsgrove has worked hard to reduce the spread off the virus and keep everyone safe. We mustn’t let our hard work go to waste. The numbers are rising in people who have not been vaccinated. Please don’t put off booking yours. It's the best way to keep your family and friends safe. I know, together we can do this, and get the numbers down."
The Worcestershire County Council also gives National Restrictions Update information following the Prime Minister’s announcement on 14 June.
The Worcestershire County Council’s Worcestershire COVID-19 situation dashboard -
The 7 day rate per 100,000 - given on the morning of 4 July:
Bromsgrove - 143
Worcester - 133
Malvern Hills - 119
Wychavon - 85
Wyre Forest - 81
Redditch - 79
The Worcestershire County Council Covid-19 website also gives Advice and Guidance on -
Get a test; Self-isolation; Vaccinations; Traveling abroad; Report cases; NHS Test and Trace and using the App; Test and trace support payment; What is a contact?; Face coverings; Social distancing; Advice for the clinically extremely vulnerable; Need support?; Help for businesses; Easy read; Information in other languages .
Plus our county’s two dashboards - Worcestershire COVID-19 vaccinations dashboard , and Worcestershire COVID-19 situation dashboard
The ME Association’s (MEA) Covid-19 Free Resources.
MEA ME/CFS & COVID-19 Free Resources
During the unprecedented Covid-19/Coronavirus pandemic, we have ensured that people with ME/CFS - and those who continue to experience symptoms following infection - are kept informed of the latest guidance and related information.
All the leaflets and template letters relating to the Covid vaccination are free to download. We periodically review and update them when new information emerges or the situation regarding the national restrictions are changed. Please note these leaflets are downloads. You can read them on-screen and save to your computer, phone or other device and can attach them to any email you might need to send. But you will need access to a printer if you wish them printed.
See the MEA website for downloadable guidance leaflets and letter templates -
Covid-19 & ME/CFS Guidance:
Long Covid & ME/CFS: Information & Management May 2021
Covid-19 & ME/CFS Vaccine Update May 2021
Covid-19 & ME/CFS Reducing the Risk of Infection - November 2020
Letter Templates: Covid-19 & ME/CFS
Covid-19 & ME/CFS Clinical Vulnerability Adults
Covid-19 & ME/CFS Clinical Vulnerability Students
ME Association Covid Vaccine Eligibility Template Letter (V5) (19 March 2021)
MEA Letter to CCGs (England) & Health Boards (Wales) - 19 March 2021
Take care, and stay safe everyone.
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