WEEKLY UPDATE 2 OCTOBER 2020 – 每周疫情快讯 2020年10月2日

WEEKLY UPDATE 2 OCTOBER 2020 – 每周疫情快讯 2020年10月2日

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
Covid-19 Weekly Update 2/10/2020 The ‘R’ number (rate of transmission) currently stands between 1.3 and 1.6.The alert level is 4. Local Restrictions There were no new local restrictions for Birmingham citizens this week. With exceptions explained previously, you are not allowed to have visitors in your house or garden, and you are not allowed to enter other people’s houses or gardens wherever they live. This will be reviewed every 3 weeks, with first review due 2nd October.  NHS Test & Trace App   We understand that the app can be downloaded in Simplified Chinese but is not currently available in Traditional Chinese.  According to the BBC, it does not work on some Huawei phones.  Download the app  https://covid19.nhs.uk/index.html The app can tell you about risk and alert you to when you have been…
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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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Covid-19: Essential information to help keep you and the community safe & well – 新冠病毒(Covid-19): 帮助您和社群保持安全的基本资讯

Covid-19: Essential information to help keep you and the community safe & well – 新冠病毒(Covid-19): 帮助您和社群保持安全的基本资讯

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
One of the key outputs for our BCC-funded BME Impact project is a booklet.  Our survey showed that respondents were primarily interested in 'the science', followed by guidance on reducing transmission,self-isolating and shielding.  We have therefore focused on these topics in the first edition of our booklet.  The topics in our second edition will be determined by issues that arise in our Online Group meetings as well as updated official guidance and key messages.  We welcome your comments on the booklet.  伯明翰华⼈社区疫情调研项目的一个重要组成部分是我们定期发布的一本小册子。在此前的问卷调查中,显示受访者最关注的几个方面包括:疫情的科学解释,如何减少病毒传播,政府对居家隔离和有关屏蔽保护的指南。因此,我们的第一版手册将重点关注这些主题。我们第二版手册的主题将取决于在线小组会议上大家讨论的内容,以及政府最新的官方指南和关键疫情信息。 我们欢迎您对小册子发表意见。 伯明翰華⼈社區疫情調研項目的一個重要組成部分是我們定期發布的一本小冊子。 在此前的 問卷調查中,顯示受訪者最關注的幾個方麵包括:疫情的科學解釋,如何減少病毒傳播,政府對居家隔離和有關屏蔽保護的指南。因此,我們的第一版手冊將重點關注這些主題。我們第二版手冊的主題將取決於在線小組會議上大家討論的內容,以及政府最新的官方指南和關鍵疫情信息。我們歡迎您對小冊子發表意見。 Booklet in English https://bit.ly/3fisdO6 Booklet in Simplified Chinese https://bit.ly/300U6nc Booklet in Traditional Chinese https://bit.ly/3fgPsIr Introduction 简介 In January 2020, a virus which had first been identified in Wuhan China began to take hold in the UK. By March, the coronavirus had spread at such a…
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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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