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Covid cases on the rise again

Positive cases in the city have risen again, and we're now seeing a rise in all age groups. Please follow the guidance to help keep cases down and reduce the spread.

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Get your vaccines as soon as you can

Cases have risen in the city and across England. Vaccines remain our best defence against the virus so it's important to get yours as soon as you can.

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Latest Covid figures for Brighton & Hove

Overall there’s been a drop in the number of positive cases this week but the rate in the 10-14 age group is still more than twice as high as seen in other age groups.

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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.

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Look out for your neighbours

If you haven’t seen your neighbour in a while, or they live alone, please find a way to say hello and see if they need any help, advice, or even a chat.