In the 7 days up to 12 February (based on data published on 17 February) we had 2,493 confirmed new cases of COVID-19 in Brighton & Hove.
- Down 24.9% on the previous 7 days
- equivalent to a weekly rate of 854.5 per 100,000 residents
- higher than the South East which was 741.8 per 100,000
- higher than the rate for England, which was 569.6 per 100,000
Key advice we should all follow to keep each other safe and well
Not had your Covid vaccinations yet? Get your vaccines as soon as you can so you have the best protection against the virus.
- 16+: book online or visit a walk-in.
- 12-15: get vaccines through schools, or book an appointment online at Churchill Square. Parents or carers must attend.
Meeting others or heading out to crowded or enclosed places? Take lateral flow tests, report your results and isolate if you test positive. You can order tests online, or collect from Jubilee Library, Hove Town Hall, or many pharmacies.
Reduce your chance of catching or spreading the virus in places where it’s busy or there’s limited fresh air.
- Meet outside where possible or open a window to let fresh air in.
- Wear a face covering in crowded or enclosed spaces, including on public transport.
- Wash your hands or use hand sanitiser regularly and cover coughs and sneezes.
Feeling unwell? Stay at home to reduce the risk of passing other illnesses onto others.
Have any Covid symptoms? You must self-isolate immediately and get a PCR test.
Tested positive on a PCR or lateral flow test? You must stay at home and follow the latest self-isolation rules. When you receive your results, you’ll be given advice about what to do next.
Been in close contact with someone who's tested positive for COVID-19?
- If you’re fully vaccinated or under 18 years and 6 months old, take daily lateral flow tests for 7 days.
- If you’re not fully vaccinated, get a PCR test and self-isolate for 10 days even if your PCR is negative.