Vaccinations opened up to 23 year olds amid fears of a surge of cases in Wealden.
In the latest figures published yesterday it notes that there were 64 new COVID-19 cases reported in East Sussex in the latest available 7-day period as published by GOV.UK on Sunday 13 June 2021 at 4pm. That’s up from 46 when last reported.
Numbers are increasing
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Relaxation of restrictions not to go ahead
The government has announced that the relaxing of all restrictions will not now go ahead. Measures will stay in place for another four weeks. Wealden has the highest rise in new cases in the area. The table of cases below shows the total number of people with at least one positive COVID-19 test result for latest available 7-day period.
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Getting vaccinated and playing your part in helping to stop the spread has never been more important. Those aged 23+ are able to book a vaccination from Tuesday 15 June 2021
Simple measures everyone can do are as follows.
- hands, face, space
- social distancing is still very important
- minimise the amount you travel where possible
- continue to work from home if you can
- avoid crowded places
- limit your number of social contacts
- follow national restrictions guidance.
If you get any symptoms, no matter how mild, you must self-isolate and book a test.
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