The government is taking swift and decisive action by deploying extra testing to Harrow to control and suppress any possible new cases of the COVID-19 variant first identified in South Africa.
Temporary approval to suspend the need for patients to sign prescription, dental and ophthalmic forms has been extended until 30 June 2021.
To mark International Transgender Day of Visibility (31 March), City of York Council will be flying the Trans Pride flag from the Mansion House to celebrate York’s transgender community.
Restart Grants will start being paid to York businesses from w/c 12th April after the government confirmed it would transfer money to local authorities after the Easter weekend.
City of York Council would like to hear residents’ views on current waste collections and what the council can do to help people recycle even more.
Clinically extremely vulnerable people in York are being reassured that help is still to hand as, from Thursday 1 April shielding will stop, as virus infection rates continue to fall.
A much-needed upgrade of insulation and improvements to York homes has been agreed to improve residents’ wellbeing and fuel bills and to meet our climate neutral ambitions.
We are taking swift and decisive action by making extra testing available to control and suppress the coronavirus (COVID-19) variant first identified in South Africa.
Sir Lenny Henry has written an open letter to encourage Black Britons to take the COVID-19 vaccine, signed by some of the most high-profile names in the UK.
New technology known as ‘genotype assay testing’ to support identifying variants of concern.