Rapid Covid-19 self-test kits are being offered to everyone living and working in Southend-on-Sea.
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Leigh on Sea News - coronavirus
Southend Youth Council has set up a key worker project, on behalf of the young people in the Borough, recognising the efforts and hard work of our keyworkers over the past year.
A new walk-in COVID-19 rapid flow test site has opened ahead of the Easter Weekend.
A multi-faceted plan has been put in place to ensure the Borough is fully prepared and ready to welcome back visitors and keep residents safe.
On Monday, the government announced its four-part plan to lift the COVID-19 lockdown in England.
The Borough’s three rapid testing sites, available for people without Coronavirus symptoms, are now available without an appointment.
Two hours free parking will be in place for people attending the NHS vaccination centre at the Cliffs Pavilion.
Visitor numbers to the world’s longest pleasure pier in 2020 topped some of 2019’s figures, despite various restrictions in place due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
A new walk-through coronavirus testing facility has been opened at Elm Road car park in Leigh-on-Sea.
The council and (Don’t) Visit Southend are reminding visitors that all seafront parking (car parks and bays) remains closed and have urged them to stay away at this time, and to stay home, protect the NHS and save lives.
Southend-based businesses which have been significantly affected as a result of coronavirus restrictions may be eligible for further government grant funding.
Following the Government’s announcement of another lockdown it might seem strange that we are still being encouraged to get tested, especially when we don’t have symptoms.
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council is thanking those who have acted responsibly to help protect our local NHS and urged residents to continue.
More Coronavirus testing centres are being rolled out across the Borough in January.
A new COVID-19 testing ‘collect and drop off’ point is opening in Leigh-on-Sea tomorrow (Friday 18 December), for people without symptoms.
The Government has announced that Southend-on-Sea will be entering tier 3 restrictions at 00:01 on Wednesday 16 December.
A scheme to give vulnerable households financial peace of mind over the winter months has launched thanks to additional Government funding.
London Southend Airport, 11 December 2020: Rising covid cases in the county has resulted in increased demand for testing.
COVID-19 testing for the community, with a particular focus on secondary school age children, is being increased as cases continue to rise in parts of Essex, Southend-on-Sea and Thurrock.
Positive COVID-19 cases and related hospital admissions are rising locally.