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Covid-19 cases continue to rise

We're continuing to see a rapid rise in new infections in the city as the Omicron variant spreads. Please continue to do all you can to help prevent the spread and keep everyone safe.

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New Mental Health & Wellbeing Fund grants 

Applications are open for new Mental Health & Wellbeing Fund grants for projects and services supporting the mental health and wellbeing of Brighton & Hove residents.

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Let's keep Brighton & Hove safe for everyone

As we are out mixing with others it's really important that we keep following the public health advice to reduce our chances of catching and spreading coronavirus.

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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.