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Covid-19 Project Officer: Questions and Support

As part of our Covid-19 Project, our new Covid Project Officer Safina will be supporting the Deaf and Hard of Hearing communities, by keeping them up to date with any new information regarding the Coronavirus or vaccines. Our Covid Project Officer will be working every Thursday, and will be setting up workshops, home visits and various events, so please keep a lookout for these on our website and social media pages: Facebook and Twitter.

If you want to know more about the Covid vaccines or any other information linked to Covid, please get in touch with our Covid Project Officer:

  • Email: Safina.Sajid@bid.org.uk
  • Mobile: 07895-086527

What Happens After 19th July?

As part of the government’s road map out of lockdown, from Monday 19th July 2021 a majority of the restrictions in place will be lifted. Keep reading below to see what this means and what you can do:

Social distancing

  • No limits on how many people can meet (but try to meet others outside where possible)
  • 1m-plus rule removed (except in some places like hospitals, or before passport control when entering the country)
  • Face coverings no longer required by law
  • Should I still wear a mask after 19 July?

Events and gatherings

  • Nightclubs can open
  • Pubs and restaurants no longer table-service only
  • No limits on guests at weddings and funerals
  • No limits on people attending concerts, theatres or sports events
  • No restrictions on communal worship

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[Image Description: Covid restrictions: Changes in England from 19th July]

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Posted 14th July 2021