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COVID-19 Support and Recovery Fund

The COVID-19 Support and Recovery Fund closed for new applications on 30 October 2020 at 23.59. No new applications are accepted after that date, but applications which have already been made can be accessed (if notified) via the button below.

Information on payments already made can be viewed on the projects supported in 2020 page.

Please note that there will be a pause in processing and payment of remaining applications during the period 22 December 2020 - 4 January 2021.

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Latest social care and health news

Mass Covid Testing Gets Underway in Tamworth

Thousands of households in Tamworth are being encouraged to take a Covid home test - as a mass testing pilot gets underway today. (Monday)
Date:
12 April 2021

Residents urged to help businesses as restrictions ease

Staffordshire people are being asked to take extra care and enjoy the further easing of lockdown restrictions safely from today (Monday 12 April).
Date:
12 April 2021

Tamworth Residents Urged to Take Part in Major Covid Testing Pilot

Families living in parts of Tamworth are being called on to take part in a new mass Covid Testing pilot next week, as the seven-day rate for cases hits almost double the national average.
Date:
07 April 2021

'Make getting tested twice weekly a part of your routine'

As the government's testing programme is set to extend nationwide the council is urging all residents to get tested twice a week and make it a regular part of a weekly routine.
Date:
06 April 2021

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