- Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- Affected Council Services
- Bereavement Support
- Broxtowe Community Appeal
- Community Testing
- COVID-19 Vaccine
- Good Business Practice
- Open For Business
- Looking after your wellbeing
- Support For Businesses
- Support within the community
- Support for individuals
- Test and trace support payment
- Testing for Schools
- Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- Anti Social Behaviour
- Crime and Community Safety
- Community Safety Partnership
- Community Safety Drop In Sessions
- CCTV Surveillance Systems
- Domestic Violence and Abuse
- Drugs & Alcohol
- Emergency Planning
- Hate Crime
- Modern Slavery
- Severe Weather
- Terrorism and Extremism
- Tier 3 Business Grant Form
Coronavirus restrictions remain in place
From 29th March:
- Only socialise indoors with people you live with or who are in your support bubble
- Up to 6 people or 2 households can meet outside
- Work from home if you can and only travel when necessary
- If you have symptoms get a test and stay at home
Read the the full Government guidance (Opens in a new window)
Remember: Hands, face, space, fresh air
HANDS - wash hands regularly for at least 20 seconds
FACE - wear face coverings in enclosed spaces where you can’t keep your distance (unless you are exempt - view the full list of exemptions (Opens in a new window)
SPACE - observe social distancing of 2metres (or 1metre with additional precautions where 2m is not possible)
FRESH AIR - you should only meet people you don't live with or share a support bubble with outdoors. Where you are permitted to meet indoors, open windows to let fresh air in and reduce the spread of infection.
If you have symptoms
If you have symptoms you should self-isolate immediately and book a COVID-19 test (Opens in a new window)
If you don't have symptoms (are asymptomatic)
Community Testing is available for those who don't have symptoms and who may need to have contact with others e.g. those who cannot work from home or those who work on the front-line and have contact with the public. Find out more on our Community Testing page.
Schools and parents
Information about testing for school children, parents and those in their bubbles can be found on our Testing For Schools page.
More information about the vaccine programme can be found on our vaccine page.
Support and further information
Support for you
- Support for individuals page
- Apply for a test and trace support payment
- Support within the community page
- Looking after your wellbeing page
- Bereavement support page
Support for business
Advice in other formats and languages
- View translations from Doctors of the World (Opens in a new window)
- View translations from the Health Service Executive (Opens in a new window)
- Easy read information on Coronavirus (Opens in a new window)
- Coronavirus information in BSL (Opens in a new window)
COVID-19 Risk Assessment Guidance
This risk assessment (.pdf) (52KB) (Opens in a New Window) is based on the latest HSE and Government information/guidance around COVID-19 and the key areas.
It has been compiled in accordance with an employer's statutory duty to do so under the Health and Safety at Work Act (1974) and complies with the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations (1999).
This risk assessment is the starting point for all departments to add their specific tasks and risks to. This risk assessment is based on the latest HSE and Government information / guidance around COVID-19 and the key areas.
Staying up to date
The easiest way to stay up to date with the Council's updates is:
- By checking this webpage
- Following us on social media at www.facebook.com/BroxtoweBoroughCouncil (Opens in a new window) or @broxtowebc on Twitter
- Signing up to our Latest News Email Me Service at www.broxtowe.gov.uk/emailme
Accurate advice, from accurate sources
There will be lots of speculation and rumour so it’s important to be aware of false information:
- Consider the source – where did you receive the information from?
- Cross check – are other reliable platforms sharing the same information?
Follow accurate advice, from accurate sources: