COVID-19 Update

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COVID-19 Update


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Local Outbreak Plan published

Our Local Outbreak Plan sets out the arrangements for controlling the COVID-19 rate of reproduction (R) across the county so that we can return to life as normal as possible, for as many as possible  - and to do so in a way that is safe, protects our health and care systems, and supports our economy.

We’re working with our partners to contain the virus, safeguard services and enable schools, workplaces and local communities to get up and running. We’ll monitor the situation and respond quickly to any outbreaks, should they occur.

Everyone’s role in following the guidance will continue to make a real difference. So please continue social distancing, washing your hands, staying at home if you have symptoms, getting tested and following the advice given.

Read more and watch the video from our director of public health 

Make the most of your kerbside bin collections

Recycling Centre

Sunny weather + gradening/DIY projects = increased visits to recycling centres, which means our sites may be busy so queues can be expected.

Avoid the queues at your local recycling centre by making the most of your local bin collection.

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Weddings and civil partnerships set to resume across Notts

Notts Weddings

With nine couples set to tie the knot in Notts this Saturday, the news that weddings and civil partnerships are set to resume in council buildings and approved premises is another welcome sign of lockdown easing.

For further info on how to book a wedding or to seek any clarification if you have a wedding booked with a County Council Registrar please call 0300 500 8080.

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Staying alert and safe

New social distancing rules come into action from this Saturday including the new ‘one metre plus’ rule for all venues - including shops, restaurants, schools, offices, and parks.

This is good news for our local economy but we’re keen to remind people that safety and controlling the virus must come first and to remain cautious.

  • Keep your distance from people outside your household
  • Keep your hands and face as clean as possible
  • Wear face coverings when on public transport
  • Do not leave home if you or someone you live with has symptoms

More info