The Coronavirus Act 2020, Parish Council meeting and information regarding Coronavirus restrictions and support
New national restrictions from 5th November 2020 - Latest on lockdown from Cornwall Council: 6th November 2020
New national restrictions started on Thursday 5 November to help control the spread of the coronavirus. Cases of COVID are currently lower in Cornwall than in other parts of the country, but we all need to play our part in protecting each other and the NHS.
This lockdown wonít be exactly the same as the last one. Some of the differences include:
- Household Waste Recycling Centres are remaining open, as are playgrounds and country parks. You can find out You can find out whatís happening with individual Cornwall Council services on Cornwall Councilís website - see link below.
- Schools and universities will remain open during the lockdown, as will early-years childcare settings. Parents are also allowed to form a childcare bubble with another household for informal childcare, where the child involved is aged 13 or under.
- People arenít allowed to go on holiday, or to visit second homes, except for in exceptional circumstances where it is necessary to be able to work.
- Those considered to be especially vulnerable to the effects of the virus will not be asked to shield this time around. Those who are clinically extremely vulnerable and are employed are asked to work from home. All are advised to go outside for exercise when possible.
- You are allowed to meet with one person from another household to exercise outdoors, and children under school age are allowed to attend those meetings.
- Adults living alone are allowed to form a support bubble with another household, meaning they can visit each otherís homes, stay overnight and meet in outdoor spaces.
6th November 2020