WEEKLY UPDATE 29 JUNE 2020 – 每周疫情快讯 2020年6月29日

WEEKLY UPDATE 29 JUNE 2020 – 每周疫情快讯 2020年6月29日

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
Welcome to another edition of our weekly update.    As social distancing rules are easing in England from Saturday, please stay alert as the threat of coronavirus is "not over" yet. We should all do our best to combat the virus and protect the most vulnerable.  Covid-19 statistics update: The number of deaths registered in England and Wales mentioned “novel coronavirus (COVID-19)” in the week ending 19 June 2020 (Week 25) was 783, accounting for 8.4% of all deaths, the lowest number of deaths involving COVID-19 in the last 12 weeks. As of 9am on 1 July, there have been 9,662,051 tests, with 226,398 tests on 30 June. 313,483 people have tested positive.  As of 5pm on 30 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 43,906 have…
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WEEKLY UPDATE 22 JUNE 2020 – 每周疫情快讯 2020年6月22日

WEEKLY UPDATE 22 JUNE 2020 – 每周疫情快讯 2020年6月22日

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
This week marks a key moment in our lockdown journey - the Prime Minister has announced a series of lockdown easing rules to take effect from 4 July. The new measures might bring relief for some but for many they bring new challenges.   Whatever situation you’re in, we will continue to support and inform you in the coming months.   NOTE: the new guidance comes into effect on 4th July; until then, the current guidance and regulations apply. Covid-19 statistics update: The number of deaths involving COVID-19 registered in England and Wales in the week ending 12 June 2020 (Week 24) was 1,114 (11.2% of all deaths in that week), the lowest number of deaths involving COVID-19 in the last 11 weeks. The estimated number of people with COVID-19…
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Virtual Group Meeting Session – 在线小组聚会

Virtual Group Meeting Session – 在线小组聚会

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
As part of our Covid-19 Chinese Community Impact Project, we're running online information sessions with different groups between June - November. The project is funded by Birmingham Council and therefore targets Chinese people living in Birmingham. If you're over 18 and would like to join a group, please call Chloe on 0121 685 8510. Details on the flyers. 伯明翰华⼈社区中⼼受伯明翰市政府的委托和资助,就疫情对华⼈社区的影响开展调研,作为项目的一部分,我们将在6月至11月期间设立不同的在线小组,分享疫情信息和系列讨论。如果您年满18岁,有兴趣加入我们的在线小组,请致电0121 685 8510 叶姑娘Chloe,详情请参照宣传单张。 English p1 English p2 Simplified p1 Simplified p2 Traditional p1 Traditional p2
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Weekly update 15 June 2020 –  每周疫情快讯 2020年6月15日

Weekly update 15 June 2020 – 每周疫情快讯 2020年6月15日

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
Welcome to your Friday round-up of this week’s Covid-19 related top stories and some insightful statistics. We hope you’re continuing to stay safe and positive in these challenging times. From must-read headlines to trending stories, we have handpicked them so you don’t miss what’s important from the past seven days.   Some useful statistics: The number of deaths involving COVID-19 continued to decrease across all English regions. The number of deaths involving COVID-19 registered in England and Wales in the week ending 5 June 2020 (Week 23) was 1,588, accounting for 14.8% of all deaths in that week, and 234 deaths lower than the previous week. People aged 90 years and over continued to have the highest number of COVID-19 deaths in Week 23. Of all deaths involving COVID-19 registered…
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Social Bubble Guide – 社交泡泡指南

Social Bubble Guide – 社交泡泡指南

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
Good news! If you live by yourself (including single parents with children under 18 years), you can form a 'social bubble' with one other household from tomorrow 13.6.2020. This means you can meet one other household indoors and do not need to maintain 2m social distance. Please note you cannot move between social bubbles as this would increase the risk of transmission.   We’ve produced Chinese language posters to explain #SocialBubbles -intended to relieve lockdown pressure faced by single adult households.我们制作了中文海报来解释 ‘‘社交泡泡’’-旨在缓解单身成人家庭因居家隔离带来的压力。   English Simplified Chinese Traditional Chinese
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Covid-19 Information  & Research for the Chinese Community 伯明翰华人社区 疫情快讯与调研计划

Covid-19 Information & Research for the Chinese Community 伯明翰华人社区 疫情快讯与调研计划

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
We're helping Birmingham Council's Public Health team to engage the city's Chinese community with the Council's Covid-19 communication campaign.We've devised a short 9-question survey to find out how the pandemic has impacted on Birmingham's Chinese citizens. We've created it in Traditional and Simplified Chinese (both with English) 伯明翰华人中心与伯明翰市政府合作启动了一个新华人社区疫情快讯与调研计划。 希望各位能支持填一个简短的在线问卷调查。请点击以下链接进入调查。详情请参阅附件。谢谢 https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/7WP59ZB - Traditionalhttps://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/DGRQKC8 - Simplified  Please share and encourage your Chinese family, friends and colleagues to complete our survey- closing date Wed 10 June.  The Council would also like residents to complete their survey https://www.birminghambeheard.org.uk/place/new-survey/ Council press release: https://bit.ly/2z3GH4z English Simplified Chinese Traditional Chinese
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CCC-B Walking Group 步行组 2019

CCC-B Walking Group 步行组 2019

Activity, News
Thanks to National Lottery players, the National Lottery Community Fund has enabled us to expand CCC-B's weekly Saturday Walking into a more relaxed, social and fun gathering. This year's walking started in mid-April. Apart from the normal walk routes in Birmingham parks and green areas, a longer walking / day trip was added every month that CCC-B staff took the group to some heritage trails or places outside of Birmingham. Further, every three months participants were invited for a meal / buffet gathering. For some elderly participants, Saturday walking is now part of their regular routines which greatly improve their wellbeing both physically and mentally.   Some of our participant’s feedback - I enjoy socialising with friends - It's good exercise; it keeps me fit and healthy - I enjoy…
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The National Lottery & Wan Sheung Cultural Dance Team Anniversary 国家彩票和云裳舞蹈团周年庆典

The National Lottery & Wan Sheung Cultural Dance Team Anniversary 国家彩票和云裳舞蹈团周年庆典

News, Wan Sheung Dance
Thanks to players of the National Lottery, more people in the Chinese community can join in our health & wellbeing activities! Up until recently many of our activities were restricted to carers but our National Lottery Community Fund grant enables us to open our doors to anyone in the Chinese community who wants to improve their health or wellbeing. To find out more, call our Chinese CAN project coordinator William Chen on 0121 685 8510.   感谢国家彩票社区基金和广大彩民的大力支持,使更多的华人能够参加我们提供的各类文化体育活动! 之前,华人社区的许多活动还仅限于照料者。现今,在国家彩票社区基金的资助下,使我们能够向任何愿意参与康乐活动的个人敞开大门。欲了解更多信息,请致电中心0121 685 8510,联系人陈先生 William Chen 。   Last week our Chinese cultural dance group Wan Sheung marked their 10th anniversary. Made up entirely of enthusiastic amateurs who want to learn and share traditional dances with Chinese and non-Chinese audiences, Wan Sheung has grown in size and confidence over the last decade. They regularly…
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Dim Sum Sale – Follow up 点心售卖 – 活动追踪

Dim Sum Sale – Follow up 点心售卖 – 活动追踪

Event, News
It was a great Dim Sum Sale last Tuesday! The rain and the change of location didn't put people off. We had 22 different dishes altogether. A special thank you to Ms Au and also all of our volunteers who helped and made the Dim Sum Sale a success.Thank you to all the people who turned up and helped us raise money for a new boiler, we have raised £1200!! Big thanks to all! 快報- 社區中心昨日點心義賣活動獲得極大成功!下雨天和地點的臨時改變絲毫沒有影響人們的興致;熱心的義工們烹製了共22款各式美味點心,捐助給義賣活動,短短一個小時一舉籌得1200鎊!伯明翰社區中心在此誠摯感謝辛苦製作點心的各位義工和熱心參與活動的社區人士,特別致謝歐太一力承擔多項工作,感激大家齊心協力給予中心慷慨支持! [ngg src="galleries" ids="27" display="basic_thumbnail" thumbnail_crop="0"]
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CCC-B surprised with £100,000 of National Lottery funding

CCC-B surprised with £100,000 of National Lottery funding

News
A Chinese community centre in Birmingham received a £100,000 surprise last week from The National Lottery Community Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK. Chinese Community Centre Birmingham, based on Bradford Street in Digbeth, received a surprise visit from staff from The National Lottery Community Fund, who made the special visit on Thursday 7 March to announce the good news. The money, raised by National Lottery players, will be used to improve staffing at the centre so that more activities, such as cooking and table tennis, can be provided for people from the Chinese community. Around 80 to 100 people currently benefit from the centre and this is set to increase by 50% within two years thanks to the funding boost. [ngg src="galleries" ids="19" display="basic_slideshow"] Anna Yim,…
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