City of York Council and partners are putting in place flood defences to ensure York residents and businesses can get on with ‘business as usual’ despite river levels rising after Storm Bella.
More than 600,000 people in the UK have received the first dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine as part of the largest vaccination programme in British history.
Amid a sharp rise in cases in York, city leaders are asking for a huge citywide effort to stop the spread of Coronavirus.
City of York Council has thanked the over 2,000 residents who have so far booked a symptom-free Covid test since opening last week.
As we near the end of what has been an incredibly difficult year, City of York Council is wishing residents a happy and safe festive period.
Two cases of a new SARS-CoV-2 variant, which originated in South Africa, have been identified in the UK.
New travel restrictions on passengers arriving in England from South Africa.
The UK Government guaranteed £400 million of new funding to support people, businesses and public services in Scotland with the ongoing impact of Covid-19
Exponential rises in cases in the South East and East of England necessitate decisive action ahead of the formal review on 30 December.
Care homes across the country will benefit from additional rapid testing to test staff twice a week to help protect residents and workers from the virus.