WEEKLY UPDATE 25 SEPTEMBER 2020 – 每周疫情快讯 2020年9月25日

WEEKLY UPDATE 25 SEPTEMBER 2020 – 每周疫情快讯 2020年9月25日

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
Covid-19 Weekly Update  25/9/2020 There has been an increase in Covid-19 cases with the rate of transmission (‘R’) moving above 1. It currently stands at 1.1-1.4.  On 21.9.2020, the Government’s Scientific Advisory Group (SAGE) moved the alert level to 4 , triggering more restrictions.  These are summarised below.  With immediate effect  Work from home if you can The Government urges people to revert to working from home if possible  From Wednesday 23rd September  Face coverings  Passengers in taxis and private hire cars must wear face coverings  Taxi drivers and public transport staff are advised to wear face coverings  From Thur 24th September Unregistered childcare provision  To enable parents to go to work, children under 14 can be looked after by people from other households for example family and friends Play dates…
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WEEKLY UPDATE Special Bulletin – 每周疫情快讯特別版 23.09.2020

WEEKLY UPDATE Special Bulletin – 每周疫情快讯特別版 23.09.2020

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, Event
Due to the recent steep rise in Covid cases, the Government has announced new rules.  They are taking effect this week, so we have produced this Special Bulletin with the headlines. We will provide more detail in the normal Weekly Update.  由于近日英国新冠疫情确诊人数剧增,政府紧急出台新规定。新规将在本周实施,我们紧急制作了疫情快讯特别版,我们将在每周疫情快讯中提供更多详细信息。 English Simplified Chinese Traditional Chinese
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WEEKLY UPDATE 18 SEPTEMBER 2020 – 每周疫情快讯 2020年9月18日

WEEKLY UPDATE 18 SEPTEMBER 2020 – 每周疫情快讯 2020年9月18日

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
Weekly Update 18/9/2020 New rules for social gatherings  We have produced a quick guide to the new rules that came into force this week.  http://bit.ly/Indoor_OutdoorGathering The ‘Rule of 6’ is national law that came into effect on Monday 14th September; the ban on visits inside people’s homes and gardens applies to people living in Birmingham, Sandwell and Solihull. It came into effect on Tuesday 15th. If you live in any of these 3 areas, you are not allowed to go into other people’s homes anywhere in the country as well as being banned from having visitors in your home.  You can travel to other places to meet with family and friends, but you must not go into their homes or gardens.  This is to prevent the virus being transmitted to…
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WEEKLY UPDATE 11 SEPTEMBER 2020 – 每周疫情快讯 2020年9月11日

WEEKLY UPDATE 11 SEPTEMBER 2020 – 每周疫情快讯 2020年9月11日

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
Weekly Update:  11th Sept 2020 Attention! From Tuesday 15th September, people living in Birmingham, Sandwell and Solihull may not make social calls to other people in their homes.  You may still enter people's homes to provide care, and you may still keep support bubbles. Read here Social gatherings of more than six people will be illegal in England from Monday 14th September, as the Government seeks to curb the rise in coronavirus cases. It will apply to gatherings indoors and outdoors – including private homes, as well as parks, pubs and restaurants. The new 6 person maximum restrictions will not apply to schools, workplaces or Covid-secure weddings, funerals and organised team sports. It will be enforced through a £100 fine if people fail to comply, doubling on each offence up…
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BHealthy Checklist – 检查清单

BHealthy Checklist – 检查清单

Activity, Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates
With our service users we have been going through BHealthy checklist to ensure our participants are up to date with the latest news. Also to ensure their physical health and well-being are well maintain. Set yourself a BHealthy action plan. See below for the BHealthy checklist in English, Simplified and Traditional Chinese. 我们使用BHealthy清单来给我们服务的客户逐项做自我评估和检查,以确保他们掌握最新相关消息。 也确保他们保持良好的身心健康。 为自己制定一个BHealthy行动计划。参见以下英文,简体和繁体中文的BHealthy清单 English - P1 English - P2 English - P3 English - P4 Simplified - p1 Simplified - p2 Simplified - p3 Simplified - p4 Traditional - p1 Traditional - p2 Traditional - p3 Traditional - p4
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WEEKLY UPDATE 4 SEPTEMBER 2020 – 每周疫情快讯 2020年9月4日

WEEKLY UPDATE 4 SEPTEMBER 2020 – 每周疫情快讯 2020年9月4日

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
Weekly Update:  4th Sept 2020 Public Health Chief Dr Justin Varney states the next few days will be vital in determining whether or not Birmingham could avoid local lockdown. Speaking during a Health and Social Care Overview and Scrutiny Committee on 1st Sept, Dr Justin Varney revealed that the case rate in Birmingham has 'stagnated', with the percentage of positive tests rising.  Read in full As schools across England and Wales are reopening this week, Birmingham Live shares helpful ways for parents to keep their child's school uniform free from coronavirus Since Covid-19 can linger on fabrics for up to three days, establishing a safe washing routine is essential. Public Health Chief Dr Justin Varney warns parents most likely to catch coronavirus at the school gates He said parents will…
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Covid-19 & Hate Crime Agenda

Covid-19 & Hate Crime Agenda

Activity, Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates
During the pandemic we have seen many hate crimes aimed toward the Chinese and East Asian community. The Chinese Community Centre will be holding a zoom meeting for young Chinese and East Asian people living in Birmingham. Join our online meeting to discuss these issues on our agenda. What to do and how to report it. Details are on our flyer. Contact us on 0121 685 8510 if you would like to join, we will provide a zoom link near to the time.   
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WEEKLY UPDATE 28 AUGUST 2020 – 每周疫情快讯 2020年8月28日

WEEKLY UPDATE 28 AUGUST 2020 – 每周疫情快讯 2020年8月28日

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
Weekly Update:  28th August 2020 Birmingham avoids lockdown but some restrictions introduced A rise in Covid-19 cases in some parts of Birmingham led to the Council warning of a possible lockdown or new restrictions. In the end lockdown was avoided and action is mainly greater enforcement of rules affecting businesses, although this will have knock-on effects on citizens.   Even though there had been local spikes, the number of new cases dropped from 30 to 23 in 100,000. Additionally, there have been no new hospital admissions or Covid deaths in Birmingham for 28 days.  However, people should not be complacent.  The rise in cases was mainly connected to younger people (under 50) as they returned to work and the hospitality sector re-opened.  Although anyone can catch Covid-19, not everyone suffers…
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