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The future of Parish Council meetings ..
As of 24th June we have been back having actual, physical meetings in the Memorial Hall. We will have to abide by current legislation about numbers and safety measures and have made somewhat limited attempts at recording these meetings via our facebook page.
We were hoping to have a presentation on Speedwatch & Traffic Calming this month (Sept) but have decided that, given the current COVID levels in Cornwall, asking people to attend such an indoor meeting is a bit ill-advised at the moment. We will arrange to have this presentation at another time if we can.
Our NDP has now finished the legal compliance phase. We have now chosen our independent examiner who hopes to be able to review the majority of the documentation during October.
You can still access the County Planning portal to view the comments received back on PA21/00012/NDP.
COVID Enhanced Response Area 27.8.21 – what it means
Rachel Wigglesworth, Director of Public Health for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, added: “It is absolutely crucial that residents and visitors alike continue to take precautions and remain Covid-aware.
“Get both jabs as soon as you can as this not only protects yourself but also diminishes the virus’s ability to spread. If you have Covid symptoms then isolate immediately and book a PCR test. If you have no symptoms, please continue to test twice a week with rapid Lateral Flow Tests which are available for free from pharmacies or can be delivered to your home.
“We would also strongly advise people to do the things we already know help stop the spread of the virus. That means wearing a face covering in crowded areas, indoors or on public transport, keeping your distance from other people where possible, and washing or sanitising your hands regularly.”
Summary on COVID restrictions from 16th August 2021
From Monday 16 August, people who are double jabbed or aged under 18 will no longer be legally required to self-isolate if they are identified as a close contact of a positive COVID-19 case. Double-jabbed individuals (14 days+) and under 18s who are identified as close contacts by NHS Test and Trace will be advised to take a PCR test as soon as possible to check if they have the virus and for variants of concern. People can order a PCR home test online or by calling 119, or going to a test site.
Anyone who tests positive following the PCR test will still be legally required to self-isolate, irrespective of their vaccination status or age in order to break onward chains of transmission. Meanwhile anyone who develops COVID-19 symptoms should self-isolate and get a PCR test, and remain in isolation until the result comes back.
Remember GOV.UK has full details on what changes mean and how to access more help.
The Parish Council will once again try to keep the flow of information going using the parish and community websites, so please check these regularly for information. www.mawnan.org.uk or http://www.mawnanparish.co.uk/community/mawnan-parish-15232/home