Covid-19 National Lockdown Statement - 04/01/2021
Since the latest statement from the Prime Minister on January 4 2021 found here https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/prime-ministers-address-to-the-nation-4-january-2021 the government has declared in the Prime Ministers speech the following instructions:
In England we must go into a national lockdown which is tough enough to contain this variant. That means the Government is once again instructing you to stay at home.
You may only leave home for limited reasons permitted in law, such as to shop for essentials, to work if you absolutely cannot work from home, to exercise, to seek medical assistance such as getting a Covid test, or to escape domestic abuse.
The full details on what you can and can’t do will be available at gov.uk/coronavirus.
If you are clinically extremely vulnerable, we are advising you to begin shielding again and you will shortly receive a letter about what this means for you.
The Parish Council share government guidance at the time of publication however if any local resident has concerns around safety then Great Yarmouth Borough Council (GYBC) have employed Covid-19 Rangers GYBC firstname.lastname@example.org/telephone 01493 856100 who have recently employed these CV-19 Rangers as per government direction and may be able to give further advice.
If it is with regards to safety matters then contacting the Police on 101 or report it via the website link
To report a Possible Breach of Covid-19 measures please click on the image below: