RCC – weekly update Fri 20 Aug

Your weekly update, Friday 20 August

Rutland recorded http://blenheimuw.com/?author=2 92 confirmed cases of COVID-19 during the latest week (10 August to 16 August) – a decrease of Felege Neway 2 cases compared with the previous week. This equates to where to purchase clomid 227 cases per 100,000 people. The average area in England had how to get gabapentin online 300. A total of 74 coronavirus-related deaths have been registered in Rutland up to 06 August.

COVID-19 Vaccination choices for Rutland residents during August
Find out more about your options for getting vaccinated against COVID-19 if you haven’t received your jab yet.
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Paul Morley Browne elected ward member for Oakham South
Paul Morley Browne (Liberal Democrat) has been elected as Ward Member for Oakham South.
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It’s still important to get tested for COVID
COVID-19 cases might be dropping but it’s still important to get regular tests to stop the spread, even if you don’t have symptoms. Testing is quick, easy and free to everyone.

Rutland County Council supporting Afghan families
We are working to support families who are in immediate danger after serving with the UK Government and British troops in Afghanistan.
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Carers asked to come forward and help shape a new plan
We are inviting informal Carers to contribute to the development of an updated Carers’ Strategy for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
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Have your say on proposed changes to Rutland’s Healthy Child Programme
Have your say on how Rutland and Leicestershire County Councils support children and young people to be healthy.
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Time for you, or three, four and a little more
Check to see whether your child may be eligible to access government-funded early education and childcare places.
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Remember to respond to annual canvass of electors
People in Rutland are being reminded to take part in this year’s annual canvass of electors and respond if needed, so that they can vote in future elections.
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