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Covid-19 Monthly Update August – 每月疫情更新2021年8月

Covid-19 Monthly Update August – 每月疫情更新2021年8月

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates
I: Roadmap From 16th August, further restrictions on self-isolation and school students have been lifted. The Government’s latest strategy and focus on Covid are: Reinforce the country’s vaccine wall of defence through booster jabs and driving take up Enable the public to make informed decisions through guidance, rather than laws Retain proportionate test, trace and isolate plans in line with international comparators Retain contingency measures to respond to unexpected events, while accepting that further cases, hospitalisations and deaths will occur as the country learns to live with COVID 19   Changes to close contact self-isolation policy From 16 August 2021, Double-jabbed individuals and under 18s who are identified as close contacts will be exempt from the requirement to self isolate, but NHS Test and Trace advise the person who is…
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Mid-Autumn Moon Festival Fund Raising Sales – 中秋月餠籌款義賣 2021

Mid-Autumn Moon Festival Fund Raising Sales – 中秋月餠籌款義賣 2021

Event, Fundraiser
Mid-Autumn Moon Festival Fund Raising Sales!! Call CCC-B: 0121 685 8510 Chloe Yip to order OR our online order form https://bit.ly/2VxXsQwPlease arrange pick up schedule with CCC-B in advance : 30/8, 07/9, 13/9 & 21/9Last order on 17th September. 歡迎CCC-B中秋月餠籌款義賣!!落訂致電伯明翰華人社區中心葉姑娘 0121 685 8510,或者在線訂購表格 https://bit.ly/2VxXsQw請安排預約到中心 取月餅: 30/8, 07/9, 13/9 & 21/9。最後訂購日期九月十七日。
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Covid-19 Monthly Update July – 每月疫情更新2021年7月

Covid-19 Monthly Update July – 每月疫情更新2021年7月

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
I. Current situation On 19 July The Government has lifted the remaining Covid restrictions, social distancing, events and gatherings and travel in England.  Birmingham is one of the areas with high numbers of Indian/Delta variant cases There are 12 areas of England where the Delta variant is spreading quickly. Birmingham is on the list. The government says if you live in one of these areas you should read local Covid-19 information and advice. The Government remind residents to follow hands, face and space rules: washing hands regularly with soap and water for 20 seconds, and use sanitiser wear a face covering in busy places meet friends and family outside keep 2m (6ft) apart from people you don't live with II. Difference between NHS Covid-19 app and NHS app  The NHS COVID-19 app is the…
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Interim Update – 疫情快讯 19/7/2021

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates
The Prime Minister has set out Government plans to lift the remaining Covid restrictions in England on 19 July Social distancing / face coverings no limits on social contact1m-plus rule removed (except in some settings, such as ports of entry and medical settings)no legal requirements for face coverings (although their use will still be advised in hospitals, healthcare settings and enclosed, crowded public spaces) Events / hospitality/ businesses nightclubs permitted to reopencapacity caps on businesses will be liftedhospitality businesses will no longer be required to provide table service onlyno limits on numbers at weddings and funeralsno restrictions on communal worship and singingno limits on people attending concerts, theatres or sports eventsno legal requirements for Covid certificates for any venue or event Travel The guidance recommending against travel to amber countries…
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Covid-19 Mobile Vaccination Unit – 2019冠状病毒流动疫苗接种中心

Covid-19 Mobile Vaccination Unit – 2019冠状病毒流动疫苗接种中心

News
With the success of our last mobile vaccination unit last month in June and with huge request. We have worked with NHS and Birmingham Public Health to organised another mobile vaccination van at Wing Yip Superstore, but for one day ONLY, Wednesday 14th July. For 18+ and over. Please Share!! Language support will be available for Cantonese and Mandarin speakers. #vaccination #birmingham
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Covid-19 Monthly Update June – 每月疫情更新2021年6月

Covid-19 Monthly Update June – 每月疫情更新2021年6月

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News, Uncategorized
I: Roadmap  The Government has pushed the roadmap date back by four weeks until 19 July over Delta variant fears.  It means we are still in step 3 and most remaining curbs on social contact will remain in force until 19th July.  Weddings and receptions can go ahead without a guest number cap; but venues may set limits based on social distancing requirements. Rules on singing and dancing will remain. II. ‘Delta Variant’  DATA The Delta variant, first identified in India, and now accounts for 90% of Covid cases in the UK. A total of 75,953 cases of Delta were sequenced in the UK up to 16 June. It is 2 times more transmissible, with twice the rate of hospitalisation.  Birmingham listed as enhanced response area The number of cases and hospital…
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