Coronavirus - official information and advice
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Latest information and advice
In line with the Government's roadmap out of lockdown, we are now on step 4, which includes many legal restrictions being lifted. While cases are high and rising, everybody needs to remain cautious, continue to follow the guidelines, and respect each other.
Importantly, if you test positive for COVID-19 - or are identified as a contact of someone who does via NHS Test & Trace, you are still legally requirement to self-isolate. You should not leave your home even to go work or school.
- Lifting of restrictions from 19 July
- Covid-19 Response - Spring 2021 - the Government's roadmap out of the current lockdown
- Weekly coronavirus data update for Surrey
- Latest health advice from the NHS
- Government Coronavirus Information Service on WhatsApp
- National lockdown guidance (Easy Read)
Staying alert and safe
COVID-19 has not gone away, so it's important to remember the actions you can take to keep yourself and others safe.
The best way to stop the spread of the virus is to follow the guidelines (hands, face, space and fresh air), get vaccinated, and take up the offer of regular testing.
The requirement to wear face coverings in law has been lifted. However, the Government expects and recommends that people wear face coverings in crowded areas such as public transport.
- Guidance on protecting clinically extremely vulnerable people and shielding including in alternative formats and languages
- Guidance on getting help with daily activities outdoors if you're vulnerable, need care or assistance or need support to avoid risk of harm
- Social distancing general guidance and social distancing guidance for young people
- Face coverings: when to wear one and how to make your own
- Coronavirus: How to help safely - supporting family and friends and volunteering
- Guidance for unpaid carers