Coronavirus remains a serious health risk. You should stay cautious to help protect yourself and others.
YOU & YOUR FAMILY
To protect yourself and others, you should:
- Meet outside, or open windows and doors for indoor visitors
- If you think you have symptoms stay at home and take a PCR test
- Wear face coverings in crowded places and on public transport
- Check in to venues when you go out
- Wash your hands with soap regularly, and for at least 20 seconds
- Get vaccinated if you’re 18 or over
EDUCATION & CHILDCARE
For the latest guidance on travel, please visit the links below:
Boston Borough Council, East Lindsey District Council and Lincolnshire County Council are all offering dedicated Coronavirus support and services.
If you need to check which council you belong to, you can do so here.
People visiting all healthcare settings in Lincolnshire should continue to follow additional COVID-19 safety measures after Monday 19 July.
The county’s health organisations, including services in hospitals, GP practices, mental health and in the community, have confirmed there will be no change to measures already in place when other national restrictions are lifted.
This means staff, patients and visitors should continue to wear face masks unless medically exempt, socially distance, wash hands before entering and leaving premises where possible and use hand sanitiser provided in each area.
For the latest guidance on accessing healthcare please visit the links below.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Lincolnshire County Council operates a Community Help and Volunteering portal for those seeking or looking to help in the local area.
The Royal Voluntary Service has set up NHS Volunteer Responders to support the NHS during the COVID-19 outbreak, to help the 1.5m people in England who are at most risk from the virus.
The Government is also offering support for those who want to volunteer or take part in a vaccine research study.