COVID

Published: 18 June 2021

Rates of covid infection are rising in the Selby District at present and in particular in the Sherburn area as a result of an outbreak at the High School.

Selby Covid Safety Key Messages
June 2021

Newsletter/Internal Communications/Email Copy

Covid infection rates are currently increasing in Selby district. Infection rates are currently below the national average but they are escalating and North Yorkshire Public Health and other partners are monitoring the situation closely to minimise any further increases.

It is important therefore that anyone living, working or travelling into the area adheres to government guidance to keep everyone safe and minimise any further spread of infection.

Please do what you can to share this message in the area, together with the below guidance.

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Infection rates are currently increasing in the area, please continue to follow the rules:

-          Maintain social distancing

-          Wash your hands regularly

-          Cover your face

-          Let fresh air in

 

Getting tested is important to stop the spread of Covid-19

Around 1 in 3 people don’t show any symptoms and can still pass it on

Order a test kit online or find a collection point in North Yorkshire

www.northyorks.gov.uk/testing

 

Rates are increasing in this area. Remember to get a PCR test if you have symptoms:

-          A high temperature

-          A new continuous cough

-          A loss or change to your sense of smell or taste

 

Rates are increasing in this area - vaccinations are our best defence:

Get your vaccination when offered

Two doses of the vaccine is the best defence

Keep going to protect those around you

 

Rates are increasing in this area. Please continue to follow the rules:

Even after two doses of the vaccination stick to the rules

You can still carry the virus

Around 1 in 3 people don’t show any symptoms