RCC weekly update – 4 June

Your weekly update, Friday 4 June

We want to keep you updated about Rutland’s response to coronavirus and other important news. You’ve received this email because you previously told us you’d be happy to get updates from Rutland County Council. Please share it with friends and family who may find it helpful. If you’d like to stop receiving email updates please unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of this email.

Rutland recorded confirmed cases of COVID-19 during the latest week (25 to 31 May) – an increase of 4 compared with the previous week. This equates to 20 cases per 100,000 people. The average area in England had 18. A total of 73 coronavirus-related deaths have been registered in Rutland up to 14 May.

Get tested to protect your friends and family
Coronavirus remains a threat and cases are increasing nationally. Stay safe and protect others by getting regular rapid COVID tests.
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Coronavirus vaccine: have you booked?
Remember, if you’re aged 30 or over, or will turn 30 before 1st July, you can book a COVID vaccination online.
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International travel guidance
Restrictions have eased but you shouldn’t be travelling to red or amber list countries. Check what you need to do to travel internationally.
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Survey on faster broadband speeds
Residents and businesses are being asked to take part in a survey about broadband coverage and future demand across the county.
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Have your say on mental health services
The NHS has launched a consultation asking as many people as possible to help shape future of mental health services.
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