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Rates of Covid start to slow in Brighton & Hove

The first signs that lockdown is working are reflected in latest data showing 1,438 confirmed new cases of Covid-19 in the city in the seven days up to 15 January - a 36% decrease per 100,000 residents from the previous week.

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Rates of Covid continue to rise in Brighton & Hove

The number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Brighton & Hove has more than doubled since the current national lockdown started on 26 December. The city now has more confirmed cases per 100,000 than England and the rest of the South East.

In the seven days up to 8 January, based on data published on 13 January, there were 2244 confirmed new Covid-19 cases in Brighton & Hove which is an 18% increase per 100,000 residents from the previous week.

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 Scam alert – Covid-19 vaccinations

Scam alert – Covid-19 vaccinations

Please ignore anyone asking for payments for vaccinations. It's a scam. The national vaccination programme is being run by the NHS. Nobody else. And it is free.

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Covid-19: You must stay at home

Following the announcement of the new lockdown in England, everyone must stay at home to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

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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.