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Latest news

Muslim communities urged not to delay getting the vaccine during Ramadan

The month of Ramadan began earlier this week and the county council is urging all observing communities not to delay in getting their Coronavirus vaccine.
Date:
16 April 2021

Stay safe and keep following the guidance urges Council ahead of Ramadan

Residents observing Ramadan are being urged to continue following the latest coronavirus guidance and taking up the vaccine when eligible.
Date:
16 April 2021

New Covid testing venues for Burton

There are changes to Covid testing venues in Burton as the County Council calls for people to get tested twice a week and home testing is rolled out nationwide.
Date:
16 April 2021

Council encourages all over 45s to book their vaccine slot

All people over 45 in England can now book a Covid jab and the County Council is encouraging people not to delay and book their vaccination.
Date:
16 April 2021

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