Rutland County Council weekly update – Fri 28 May

Your weekly update, Friday 28 May

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 (18 to 24 May) – a decrease of 3 compared with the previous week. This equates to 10 cases per 100,000 people. The average area in England had 13. A total of 73 coronavirus-related deaths have been registered in Rutland up to 14 May.
Update on COVID-19 variants
Our Director for Public health has spoken about the risk from COVID variants and why we all need to take care.
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Coronavirus vaccine: Latest information
If you’re aged 30 or over, or you will turn 30 before 1st July, you can now book your COVID vaccination online.
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Highways maintenance work during June
Road users should expect short, temporary road closures on some local routes during June.
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Free bus travel to and from Oakham and Uppingham
From Tuesday 1 to Saturday 5 June, bus passengers journeying to and from Uppingham and Oakham can travel for FREE!
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Change to Council’s call centre hours
We are updating the opening hours for our customer services phone line.
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Final Future Rutland survey asks how to keep the conversation going
Future Rutland has launched one final survey asking how we can ‘keep the conversation going’ after June 1st.
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