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North East Lincolnshire COVID-19 Battle Plan to go to Cabinet

A plan setting out how North East Lincolnshire will continue to tackle the threat of COVID-19 is to be discussed at a special meeting of North East Lincolnshire Council’s Cabinet next week. The Council, Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and the wider health and social Care system in the area have been working together since COVID-19…

4 years ago | Health and wellbeing

Council contacts landlords to prevent resident evictions

The Council are urging all private landlords, to get in touch with the Homelessness Prevention Service, and seek support before evicting any tenants over the coming months. Council officers have written Landlord Associations, asking their members to work with the Council during these challenging times. The warning comes as figures released nationally show increases in…

4 years ago | Health and wellbeing

Get your child immunised at new drive-through venues

Thousands of children across the country have missed out on receiving their in-school vaccinations because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, the Council’s School Nursing service are to set up drive-through vaccine centres across the borough to vaccinate those Year 8 students who have missed their jabs. The vaccine is free to all children and offers…

4 years ago | Children and families

Council urges businesses to stick to COVID rules

Businesses in North East Lincolnshire are being urged to abide by the Government guidance on COVID-19. The warning from Council officials comes as many businesses in our area prepare to reopen for the first time since lockdown started. Council Leader, Councillor Philip Jackson, has spoken out to urge local business owners to consider the safety…

4 years ago | Business and investment

COVID-19: What next?

“As we take these first, tentative steps back into normal life, we must all do everything we can to keep the virus out of our communities, to prevent people becoming ill and to prevent more people from dying.” This is the message from health and local authority leaders today as they issue a stark reminder…

4 years ago | Health and wellbeing