As you should have heard, the coronavirus regulations are changing:
- As of Monday 14 September, people should not meet in groups of more than 6 persons, except if you are in the same household, or playing organised sport, or attending a wedding or funeral.
- From Friday 18 September, certain businesses (especially those in the hospitality industry) will need to have a Track and Trace system in place, and keep the information for 21 days.
- The Covid-19 app is due to be launched on Thursday 24 September.
See full details here:
Government coronavirus guidance
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With face masks compulsory on public transport, and soon to be compulsory in shops, you should read the following page from the BBC:
If you want to make one yourself, here is a guide from the UK Government:
And there are plenty of videos on Youtube if want something to follow, with a variety of styles.
Following on from the recent Mental Health Awareness week, this is a reminder that Camden Council have various services available if you are feeling anxious or otherwise not okay.
According to this article in the Camden New Journal, 500 healthy staff at UCLH will take part in a trial of a Covid-19 vaccine. It will try to see whether healthy people can be protected from coronavirus by the vaccine.
Test samples will be analysed at the Francis Crick Institute in Somers Town.
We wish everyone all the best.
A recent article in the Camden New Journal states that there have, sadly, been coronavirus-related deaths in 10 of the 11 care homes in Camden.
Exact numbers are not known at the moment, for a number of reasons, including lack of testing, and transferral of patients between care homes and hospitals.
Our thoughts continue to be with all the families affected.