Lucy Wightman, Director of Public Health said: “Northampton borough has been experiencing a high number of cases over the last 4 weeks and was added to the government’s watchlist as an “Area of Intervention” on 21 August.
This Eid al-Adha it is more important than ever to make sure you and your family are staying safe.
Recent Coronavirus testing units drafted into Northampton in response to concerns over continuing high infection rates have received a great response over the last two days.
Increasing rates of Covid-19 across several districts and boroughs in Northamptonshire have prompted health officials to prohibit sports tournaments and multi team events from taking place for the next two weeks.
Northamptonshire County Council has released an update on confirmed Covid cases and rates across the county.
Health officials are advising the public to take precautions whilst car sharing as several confirmed cases in Northamptonshire are linked to transmission through this method.
Coronavirus support for the clinically extremely vulnerable (also known as the shielding population) is ending, but it’s not too late to register for support.
Face coverings should be worn in shops and supermarkets in England from Friday 24 July.
Northamptonshire County Council's Archives and Heritage Service is looking to collect material that reflects the impact the Covid-19 emergency has had on the organisations, communities and people of Northamptonshire.
Road messages thanking the NHS have been painted around Northamptonshire hospitals to show appreciation to carers and key workers across the county.