We’ve worked in partnership with local health organisations and other partners to produce our local outbreak management plan.
The plan aims to:
The plan is centred around 7 themes:
For the plan to succeed, it’s vital that everyone plays their part in preventing any further spreads of the disease.
Cllr Richard Burton, leader of East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said:
From the very outset of this pandemic we said we were all in this together. We can get through this but we all need to work together to ensure a COVID-safe East Riding where people can live, work, shop, learn, play, invest and visit with confidence. Today, we are asking the public to follow some very simple guidance. Doing so will provide the best possible chance of keeping the East Riding COVID-safe.
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