Follow this link for more information from the government regarding what people can and can't do published on 15th May
The Prime Minister has announced strict new curbs on life in the UK to tackle the spread of coronavirus. Everyone should:
- Stay at home.
- Only go outside for food, health reasons or essential work.
- Stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people.
- Wash your hands as soon as you get home.
Please follow this link for up to date Government advice:- https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Cornwall Council will publish information on Coronavirus and how it is affecting services in Cornwall. This is a fast moving situation and information will be added as soon as it is know.
Carn Brea Parish Council have shut Treloweth Community Hall and are currently not taking bookings. Meetings have been cancelled until further notice and office staff are working from home and can be contacted on:-
Volunteer Cornwall are collecting details of people willing to help each other at this challenging time:-
NEW GUIDANCE ON HOW TO HELP PEOPLE SAFELY
Public Health England (PHE) published new guidance on how to help people safely. This is aimed at people who are providing essential support to friends, family, neighbours who are in isolation.
NEW COVID-19 WHATSAPP INFORMATION SERVICE
The Government has now launched a Coronavirus Information Service on WhatsApp. The free service is an automated ‘chatbot’ that will allow people to get answers to the most common questions about COVID-19 directly from government. It aims to further reduce the burden on NHS services, including 111, combat the spread of the virus and ensure people stay at home and save lives. It’s as easy as sending a message ‘hi’ to the dedicated number on WhatsApp.
RETIRED OR FORMER SOCIAL WORKERS NEEDED TO SUPPORT CORNWALL’S MOST VULNERABLE
Cornwall Council has asked anyone living in Cornwall who has experience of working in social care - including retired social workers or those who have recently left the profession - to help them maintain the support provided to vulnerable families, children and adults through the Covid-19 pandemic.
Please register your interest via email to email@example.com
who will contact you to gain further details of your qualifications and skill set.
It is reported that an increase in domestic abuse incidents is expected due to the increased pressure of physical distancing or self-isolation.
Please use the following links if you are concerned about domestic abuse: