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Preparations underway for Covid-safe elections

Preparations are underway in Cambridgeshire to ensure that residents can have their say in a Covid-safe way at the May local elections

Free Citizen's Advice service available through COVID-19 Community Hub

Specialist money and employment advice to help support Fenland residents through the coronavirus pandemic and beyond is now available through Fenland District Council's COVID-19 Community Hub.

Rapid testing sites now open across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

Almost 3,000 rapid tests were carried out by people who are leaving home regularly for work, volunteering or training last week at one of six new testing centres launched to seek out people with no symptoms who have Covid-19.

New digital technology grant scheme set to inject upwards of £1.4million to sustain local businesses

A new, locally developed grant scheme to support the growth and resilience of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough has launched this week.

Staying safe over February half term

Public Health England have issued their latest blog on Staying safe over February half term.

Call for People Aged 70 And Over To Contact NHS For A Covid Jab

People aged 70 and over who have not yet been vaccinated against Covid and who would like to be are today being asked to contact the NHS to arrange a jab.

Support and training for taxi drivers to help reduce transmission of COVID-19

From today, taxi drivers in Fenland will be able to access new training and funding in a bid to help passengers and drivers stay safe during car journeys.

Council secures funding to boost COVID-19 work

Fenland District Council has successfully secured almost £100,000 from the Government to expand its ongoing work to support those most at risk from COVID-19.

Rapid testing for key workers to begin across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

Rapid testing for key workers and all those who cannot work from home is set to launch across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough from this weekend to help track cases of Coronavirus and drive down transmission rates.

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