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Staffordshire will move to very high COVID alert level on 2 December

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Latest social care and health news

Cases falling but hard work still lies ahead

Keep up the hard work is the rallying cry for residents and businesses as Staffordshire's infection rates fall and the end of national 'lockdown' restrictions looms.
Date:
30 November 2020

Staffordshire To Move To Very Highest Tier For Covid-19 After Lockdown

Staffordshire is to be escalated to the Covid-19 Very High Alert Level when the current national lockdown restrictions end on December 2.
Date:
26 November 2020

Residents in Moorlands Covid-19 Hotspots Urged to Get Tested

Residents in parts of the Staffordshire Moorlands are being urged to book a test for Covid-19.
Date:
25 November 2020

Leader welcomes the relaxing of restrictions with a cautionary note for Staffordshire

Staffordshire residents and businesses are being asked to remain cautious despite the imminent ending of the second national 'lockdown'.
Date:
23 November 2020

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