Coronavirus COVID19 tenant updates

Lockdown to ease from 4 July

Last week, Prime Minister Boris Johnson, announced that lockdown will be eased on 4th July to help businesses get back on their feet and allow people to see more friends and family. The easing of lockdown rules means we’ll see pubs, hair salons and restaurants re-opening; people will also be able to enjoy staycations in England with accommodation sites also re-opening.

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Not a regular Wednesday shielding

Wednesday. Just another day shielding. I wake up, post my latest blog as I do every Wednesday and have a little nose around on social media and answer any emails. But this Wednesday was a little different. I got an unexpected call from Habinteg saying that they had put me forward for the HQN Frontline Stars Award. And I have been shortlisted for the Residents Award!

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Face coverings compulsory on public transport

Earlier this month, Business Secretary Alok Sharma MP, announced that all non-essential retail shops can reopen from Monday 15 June. This will mean that many people will be using public transport again. To help minimise this risk The Government has now made wearing face coverings on public transport a requirement for most people. Read more about the new measures here.

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Let’s put a stop to adult abuse

Adults may experience abuse in a number of ways including neglect, physical, mental, financial or emotional abuse.

No one should have to live with abuse. Adults with a disability, mental health condition or short or long term illness, may find it harder to get help if they are experiencing abuse. We are all responsible for safeguarding adults – this simply means protecting those at risk of harm.

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