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

Hidden heroes

Thank you to our hidden heroes

Hidden Heroes is our way of shining a light and celebrating the teams across the county council and our partners who are doing incredible and essential things in the battle against COVID-19, but perhaps go under the radar.

Hundreds of care staff are continuing to help people in their homes with daily tasks to keep them safe and well, and out of hospital. Social workers are continuing to support vulnerable people and families during these very stressful times.

Council staff have been retrained and redeployed to the front line to help those most in need, whilst others work overtime in their essential jobs to keep the county going; fixing roads for key workers to travel, for example. Waste operatives are still collecting waste and the voluntary sector are doubling their efforts to make a difference to people’s mental health, keep them safe and reach out to the most vulnerable.

Thousands of Staffordshire people are hidden heroes in the battle against COVID-19 - thank you to each and everyone of you.

If you know a hidden hero, please tell us at the bottom of this page.

 


 

Our heroes

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Do you know a hidden hero?

Someone who goes above and beyond in their job to make a difference? Tell us at communications@staffordshire.gov.uk

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Latest social care and health news

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

Reading and IT buddies available to help combat lockdown loneliness

The council's library service has adapted one community support offer and is launching another to help address isolation during the second national 'lockdown'.
Date:
23 November 2020

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