Latest updates

Last updated: 14th June

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My meetings log

Quiet Lanes

Bristol Airport Appeal website and my page on airport expansion

Tackling littering and dog fouling

Garden waste collection service – FAQs (updated 18th May)

Traffic management – including road closures

Updates on the package of planned improvements for Yatton High Street and other roads

I am tracking the following planning applications

Latest position on the emerging new Local Plan 2038

Route 54 – new Yatton and Claverham to Clevedon bus service

Orchard saved for a second time

COVID-19 UPDATES

The latest published vaccination figures show that…
77% of North Somerset residents aged 16 and over have had at least one dose
57% of North Somerset residents aged 16 and over have had two doses

Roadmap out of lockdown

Daily COVID data for Yatton – GOV.UK

Local hospital data – GOV.UK

9th June – Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status when travelling abroad – GOV.UK

8th June – Coronavirus restrictions: what you can and cannot do – GOV.UK

19th May – Guidance on shielding and protecting people who are clinically extremely vulnerable – GOV.UK

17th May – Closing certain businesses and venues in England – GOV.UK

17th May – Reopening businesses and venues – GOV.UK

10th May – Face coverings in education – GOV.UK

23rd April – How to stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) – GOV.UK

22nd April – Face coverings: when to wear one and how to make your own – GOV.UK

8th April – COVID-19: getting tested – GOV.UK

29th March – Making a support bubble with another household  – GOV.UK

18th MarchNHS Test and Trace – how it works  – GOV.UK

15th March – Working safely during coronavirus (COVID-19)  – GOV.UK

22nd February – COVID-19 Spring 2021 response and roadmap – GOV.UK

12th February – Guidance for contacts of people with confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) infection who do not live with the person – GOV.UK

18th December 2020 – Stay at home: guidance for households with possible or confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) infection – GOV.UK

15th December 2020NHS Test and Trace in the workplace – GOV.UK

4th November 2020 – Guidance for the public on the mental health and wellbeing aspects of COVID-19) – GOV.UK

30th June 2020 – North Somerset Council publish detailed Local Outbreak Management Plan , which sets out how North Somerset will reduce the risk of a local outbreak of COVID-19 and how the area should respond in the event an outbreak occurs.

FIND SUPPORT

 You can post a simple request for help to the Yatton & Claverham Community Support Group

 If you have more complex needs, you (or someone on your behalf) can request support via NORTH SOMERSET TOGETHER. Requests are assessed and escalated to the Council’s Care Connect service or passed on to our community support leads for Yatton and Claverham, who will allocate a trusted volunteer to support you.

www.n-somerset.gov.uk/together

01934 427 437

LONG COVID ADVICE AND RECOVERY

You’ll have heard the term ‘long Covid’ referred to in news reports to describe the ongoing impact that the virus is having for some people. Long Covid is a condition that can affect patients in many different ways and our understanding of how to manage it is still evolving. Support is now available for people to help them come to terms with the impact the virus has had on both body and mind. A new NHS website includes a range of advice and tools to aid recovery.


OFFER TO HELP

 Ways you can help


information & guidance

I’m also posting a lot of local updates on Twitter

Mendip Vale Medical Practice ‘hot site’ in Congresbury

 North Somerset LIFE digital digest

1 comment on “Latest updates

  1. Peter Trevaskus

    A very useful website with great facts on the current Covid situation locally.
    However, it would make more sense if, in addition to total cases, we could see the number of hospital admissions; number of deaths; how many are over 65 or with pre-existing health problems, and also how many cases of flu & pneumonia resulting in hospitalisation occurred locally at the same time?
    We need the full picture.

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