Some participants were moved to tears at an emotional remembrance event held yesterday. Albemarle Care Home staff members and affected families had observed a one-minute silence and Covid-19 victims remembered. The solemn National Day of Reflection on Tuesday marked the anniversary of the first UK lockdown on 23 March […]
Humberside Police force policing the lockdown. Summary of statements from police leaders. Click links for the full version of the statements. Also a GOV.UK easy-read guide to Lockdown.
The national concessionary bus pass scheme normally only allows travel after 9.30am. The bus company and council have jointly made the decision to SCRAP THE TIME LIMIT for those who are travelling to early morning vaccination appointments.
The archives team are looking for digital, written and printed items such as diaries detailing life under COVID-19 restrictions; photographs of people’s daily lives; poems and stories; and any recordings of thanks for NHS and key workers.
HOLDERNESS HEALTH, the combined local GP practices, today announced on their Facebook Page that more than 50% of over 80-year-olds in the area on their priority lists have been vaccinated against COVID-19. Also, by the end of today, the first dose COVID-19 vaccinations will have been completed in all 17 care homes in the patch.
The tier restrictions will come into effect from the beginning of Wednesday, 2 December (00.01). Until then, the national restrictions will remain in place. The Government has said it will review tier allocations by 16 December.
the East Riding will move from local alert level 1 (Medium) to local alert level 2 (High) at 12.01am on Saturday. This means that additional restrictions, such as no indoor mixing of different households, will come into effect across the whole of the East Riding from just after midnight on Saturday, 31 October 2020.
DON’T BE THE LINK, STOP THE SPREAD, SAVE LIVES! Message from the leader of the ERYC Cllr Richard Burton: “I’m afraid we all need to make some personal sacrifices right now, in various aspects of our daily life, if we are to keep the East Riding as a safe place to live, work, shop, learn, play, invest and visit…”
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council has produced its COVID-19 Outbreak Control Plan which is aimed at preventing the spread of COVID-19 and quickly controlling any outbreaks which do occur.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has released a short survey to find out how residents feel about the reopening of retail and other local facilities after the Government recently announced the planned changes to services which have not been available during the COVID-19 lockdown… it should only take a few minutes to complete.
10 May 2020 (Transcript of the speech, exactly as it was delivered): It is now almost two months since the people of this country began to put up with restrictions on their freedom – your freedom – of a kind that we have never seen before in peace […]
We have a leaflet to deliver and are asking for help. We have published the following leaflet and want to make sure it reaches those who might be in need. We want to reach people in Hedon, Preston, Paull, Thorngumbald and Ryehill. Can you share the information online? […]