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We must remember that Covid is still around

With the number of Covid cases rising slightly this week, it's a reminder that it's still around and to keep up the good habits to help infections stay low.

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Promising start to route out of lockdown

The number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Brighton & Hove continues to fall as lockdown measures ease. It is essential to keep following the safety guidance to stop the virus spreading again.

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Stay Covid safe this Easter weekend

The number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the city came down again last week but Alistair Hill, director of public health, warns that Covid could spread as people begin to mix again.

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Virtual Ageing Well Festival

To celebrate International Older Person’s Day on Thursday 1 October, the Ageing Well service is hosting a range of online activities to get involved in over the next few days.

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Covid-19 alert status stays yellow

Brighton & Hove City Council is keeping the city’s Covid-19 alert level status at yellow this week. There were 47 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the city up to 17 September (based on data published on 21 September), down from 59 cases in the week up to 10 September.

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Covid-19 tests must be pre-booked

Nationally there is high demand for coronavirus tests. Please only request a test if you have covid symptoms and please book a test in advance.