Nottingham City Council Coronavirus Advice
Key information from Nottingham City Council regarding essential services during the coronavirus.
Nottingham, together we can look after each other during the Coronavirus
Nottingham City Council have plans in place to keep essential services running even in the event that our workforce is affected by Covid-19. Our priority is to continue providing support to vulnerable people – such as social care for elderly people and those with health conditions.
Nottingham City Council will continue to:
• Provide meals to those who are registered with our Meals at Home service.
• Maintain our key responsibilities for child and adult social care and protection.
• Work with Trading Standards and the Police to investigate criminals who seek to exploit vulnerable people through scams and rogue traders.
• Collect household waste, maintain the transport networks and for as long as we can we will keep parks and open spaces available for use. For more information about council services visit: www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/coronavirus #NottinghamTogether
How you can help others.....
Please only buy the groceries you need – so that shops have stocks available for others too.
Phone people who are self-isolating – a friendly chat can really make someone’s day.
Check on your neighbours – knock and take 3 steps back from the door to avoid close contact or put a note through their door offering to help.
Pick up groceries for people who are self-isolating – when you deliver them, knock and take 3 steps back from the door leaving items on the doorstep.
Donate to your local foodbank – find a list of them here: www.asklion.co.uk/food
Please take every precaution not to spread the virus – wash your hands, avoid close contact and if you have any symptoms ensure your self-isolate for 14 days.
Together in Nottingham we can look after each other during the Coronavirus. Thank you for helping.