Southend-on-Sea Borough Council is thanking those who have acted responsibly to help protect our local NHS and urged residents to continue.
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Leigh on Sea News - coronavirus
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.
Leisure and cultural venues will reopen this week following the Government’s announcement of the national tier system.
The Government has today announced that Southend-on-Sea will be under new Tier 2 restrictions when the current national restrictions end on Wednesday December 2.
During lockdown, volunteers from Southend in Sight began offering a Talk and Support service helping the charity’s visually impaired members...
Leigh-on-Sea.com have put together a list of businesses still open during lockdown
Residents are being reminded to ‘honour the fallen whilst protecting the living’ as remembrance services across the country are altered following national restrictions, to ensure the safety of local communities.
Leisure centres in Southend-on-Sea will be temporarily closed to the public from Thursday 5 November, for the duration of the Government’s planned four-week national lockdown.
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council’s Director of Public Health has issued a further plea to the local community as local positive COVID-19 cases continue to rise.
Southend Business Improvement District (BID) teamed up with partners for a targeted face covering awareness day on Friday 23rd October.
Southend Council has released information on COVID-alert levels and how it affects travel and household mixing across those areas:
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council will not yet request to be moved into the second tier of the Government’s new national COVID-alert system.
A mobile testing unit for COVID-19 has been set up for appointments at Shoebury Park and will be open two days of the week from Tuesday 29 September.
A support helpline has being set up for parents who have concerns about sending their children to school due to COVID-19.