Covid 19 Information

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Rutland CC weekly update

Your weekly update, Friday 8 January

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Lockdown means tighter COVID-19 restrictions are now in place across the country, including here in Rutland. In Rutland, 111 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the latest week (28 December to 3 January). This is an increase of 38 compared to the previous week and equates to 278 cases per 100,000 people. The total number of confirmed cases in Rutland since the start of the pandemic is 830

Everything you need to know about lockdown
Coronavirus cases are still rising rapidly across the country. Find out what you can and cannot do under the new national lockdown.
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Council Leader responds to the latest restrictions
“Another lockdown is not what anyone wanted but we must keep going and do what’s needed to protect each other.”
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What you need to know about COVID-19 vaccinations
Find out more about the COVID-19 vaccine, including information about which groups are being vaccinated first.
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Get help or support if you’re affected by lockdown
We’re urging people to seek support if they find themselves struggling because of the national lockdown.
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Cabinet to consider Radio Project proposals
Our next Cabinet meeting will discuss a report with recommendations from the independent group leading Rutland’s Community Radio Project
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Planning the future of Rutland’s leisure services
We’re considering a project to look at the future recreation, leisure and wellbeing needs of our county.
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National NHW Supporting you and your community through Covid19

Be on your guard against the ever increasing Covid 19 scams

Be on your guard!
Criminals continue to exploit the coronavirus pandemic to defraud innocent members of the public. Currently, coronavirus-related frauds make up 3-5% of all fraud reports.

To keep this number as low as possible, we want people to be aware of the very simple steps they can take to protect themselves from handing over their money, or personal details, to criminals.

Please continue to visit this page actionfraud.police.uk/covid19 for information on the latest scams we are seeing and advice on how to protect yourself.

Don’t forget that you can follow Leics Police Cyber Aware on Facebook and on Twitter @LeicsCyberAware for daily information.

If you receive scam texts you can forward these to 7726 (which spells SPAM on your phone keypad) and you can forward any suspicious emails to report@phishing.gov.uk

#StaySafe #StayHomeSaveLives