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COVID-19 case rate among young people on the rise
With more freedom comes more responsibility. While the legal COVID-19 restrictions were lifted across the country this week, it's important to remember that the pandemic is not over.
Capacity limits have been lifted for large events including festivals and concerts, as well as for weddings and funerals. There is also now no limit on the number of people you can meet indoors or outdoors.
With schools breaking up for the summer this week it's also important that everyone regularly tests themselves to help prevent the spread of the virus.
Cases of COVID-19 are again rising at a rapid rate across the country, so it's extremely important that you continue to follow the recommended guidance to keep yourself and others safe. You should:
- Wear face coverings in crowded and enclosed areas. This is recommended and expected
- Self-isolate and test if you have COVID symptoms or if you have been asked to by Test and Trace
- Meet in well-ventilated spaces where possible
- Wash your hands with soap and water or use hand sanitiser throughout the day
Where to find the latest information
Government information page
Government Data on cases in Swindon
NHS advice page
Check if you or your child has symptoms
Coronavirus in children
Covid19 Advice For Parents When Child Unwell Or Injured
Is my child too ill for school?
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