As more lockdown restrictions ease, Manchester City Council’s public health team is appealing to the city to keep on with social distancing – and to remember to avoid shaking hands or other contact greetings.
Archive for month: July, 2020
Wearing a face covering will become mandatory in shops and supermarkets in England from 24 July.
We’ve gradually started to see folk return to Manchester as lockdown has eased, many for the first time in months as bars, restaurants and pubs reopen.
Kind of. It ain’t raining in Manchester this weekend, we’re seeing temperatures of up to 19°, with sunny spells and gentle breezes. That’ll do us.
We’re used to knowing journals as diary entry records– but now Manchester’s public health boss, David Regan, says adding in where you’ve been or who you have come in close contact with, could be crucial to the NHS Test & Trace service.
As lockdown gradually lifts further, it’s more important than ever for people that think they have coronavirus to stay at home and book a test as soon as they can.
We get it – with the government announcing changes to restrictions from this weekend, you might be counting down the minutes until your local opens.
Things aren’t back to normal just yet. But we’re on the road to recovery, gradually working out how we can open up safely and welcome you and our amazing businesses back into the city.