Covid 19 Information

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RCC weekly update Fri 16 July

Rutland recorded Aznā 71 confirmed cases of COVID-19 during the latest week (6 to 12 July) – an decrease of buy Pregabalin online 5 cases compared with the previous week. This equates to Hualmay 178 cases per 100,000 people. The average area in England had buy accutane isotretinoin 321. A total of 73 coronavirus-related deaths have been registered in Rutland up to 2 July.

We all have a part to play in keeping our county safe
A message from Mike Sandys, Rutland’s Director of Public Health
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Recycling centre bookings to end next week
You won’t need to book to use local recycling centres in Cottesmore and North Luffenham from Monday 19th July.
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Longer opening hours for libraries
Libraries and museums in Rutland will return to longer opening hours from Monday 19th July.
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Notice of Election published for Oakham South Ward
A Notice of Election has been published for the Office of Rutland County Councillor for the Oakham South Ward.
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Council considers consultation response to boundary proposals
The Boundary Commission for England has proposed changes to parliamentary constituencies in the East Midlands.
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Make sure you can vote in future elections
Residents are being encouraged to make sure they can vote in future elections by taking part in the annual canvass.
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If you only do one thing…
We’re asking you to read the feedback we received as part of the Future Rutland Conversation. We’re doing this so you can comment further and tell us if we’ve missed anything.
You don’t need to sign in or register to take part in this stage of Future Rutland. If you only do one thing, please read the summary reports that interest you and tell us what you think.

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RCC weekly update Friday 9 July

Rutland recorded 83 confirmed cases of COVID-19 during the latest week (28 June to 4 July) – an increase of 32 cases compared with the previous week. This equates to 208 cases per 100,000 people. The average area in England had 212. A total of 73 coronavirus-related deaths have been registered in Rutland up to 11 June.

COVID-19 response: Summer 2021
The Government has published a Summer Roadmap with details of how it will continue to manage the risk of serious illness from the spread of COVID-19.
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Rutland vaccination programme update
Rutland has delivered more than 40,000 COVID vaccinations, with over 18,000 people now fully protected with both doses.
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Where can you get a free rapid COVID test?
Free rapid testing is still available for anyone who has no COVID symptoms but wants to stay safe and protect others. See where you can get a test.
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Ask for Angela if you feel afraid on a night out
A special support scheme for people who feel unsafe on dates is available in pubs and bars across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
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Free summer activity programme for children and young people
Families may be eligible to benefit from a free holiday club programme for children and young people over the summer break.
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South Street car park closed on Monday 12 July
South Street Car Park in Oakham will be closed for one day on Monday 12 July, while resurfacing work is carried out.
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Notice of vacancy for Oakham South Ward
There is a vacancy on Rutland County Council following the resignation of an Oakham South Ward Member.
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Get involved in the next stage of the Future Rutland Conversation
A series of reports have been published and are available to view online, summarising all the comments and feedback submitted as part of Future Rutland.
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