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Andrew WoodcockPolitical Editor @andywoodcock Just 2,000 NHS frontline staff forced to stay home due to coronavirus have been tested to see if they can return to work, Downing Street has admitted. The figure – a tiny fraction of the 125,000 staff believed to be self isolating – emerged as the government faced mounting criticism for its failure to move […]

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You are here:Royal College of Nursing/News and Events/News/ We’re demanding that nursing professionals in care homes, hospices and other community settings receive the personal protective equipment (PPE) they need.Tweet this pageShare on Facebook Nursing professionals across the UK’s health and care sector must be supported with personal protective equipment (PPE) as they continue to deliver […]

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AGE UK NEW INFORMATION GUIDE

by danielbarker on 2 April, 2020

Age UK have released a new information guide, advising you on how to reduce the risk of catching and spreading #Coronavirus. The guide will help you understand how to look after yourself and others during this difficult time. You can find it here: https://bit.ly/3bBieBd 🦠 Content published and promoted by Willenhall Liberal Democrats all at 23 Lynwood Close, […]

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A message from Healthwatch Walsall

by danielbarker on 1 April, 2020

We have launched a Thank You web page, to say thanks to all the people such as NHS staff, supermarket staff, Carers etc… who are brave and working hard to save lives and keep others safe and well. Please distribute the link below to anyone you know, organisations or individuals so that  community can express […]

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A message from Walsall Council re: Service Disruptions

by danielbarker on 31 March, 2020

Bereavement & Registration Services In the light of the Coronavirus (COVID19) pandemic and current social distancing rules, we have had to change how we deliver our bereavement and registration services in Walsall.  To protect you and our frontline staff, service changes will be in place for the foreseeable future and will therefore affect: birth and […]

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In light of the current situation with COVID19, Walsall Council like many others is working hard to maintain key front line public services, and like many other businesses and service providers we are also facing the same problems with self-isolation, Government restrictions and impact on our staff.  With this in mind, we are prioritising the […]

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WALSALL COUNCIL – ADVICE & INFORMATION

by danielbarker on 30 March, 2020

Message from Walsall Council@WalsallCouncil There’s a range of advice and information on our web site to support you. It includes advice on health, finance, business support and much more. Follow this link https://go.walsall.gov.uk/covid-19_information 9:47 AM · Mar 25, 2020·Twitter Web App Content published and promoted by Willenhall Liberal Democrats all at 23 Lynwood Close, New Invention WV12 […]

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No surgery today – ‘virtual’ surgery instead

by danielbarker on 30 March, 2020

It probably won’t come as a surprise to you to learn that I will not be holding my surgery today between 4 and 5pm in Woodlands Nursery as previously advertised. As with everyone else, councillors cannot make unnecessary journeys, and inviting people to visit an educational establishment in the midst of this crisis would not […]

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Walsall tips closed until further notice

by danielbarker on 27 March, 2020

Message from Walsall Council PLEASE BE AWARE The decision has been taken to close the two Household Waste and Recycling Centres (tips) in Walsall.Both Merchants Way in Aldridge and Fryers Road sites are closed until further notice following the statement from the Government regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus).Please visit our website and social media channels for updates […]

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In case you’ve missed it and you’re involved in education, please read the following guidance: As a country, we all need to do what we can to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus. That is why the government has given guidance on self-isolation, household isolation and social distancing. And the most recent scientific advice on how to further […]

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