Coronavirus: Weekly update from Camden Council


Thursday, 3rd February — By Cllr Georgia Gould

Georgia Gould


While cases of COVID-19 appear to be falling, they are still at a relatively high level, particularly in those under 18.

Despite the end of Plan B restrictions last week, it’s important to continue following public health advice, including wearing masks in crowded places, testing regularly, and washing hands.

Also, I can’t stress enough how getting two vaccine doses and a booster is without doubt the best protection against becoming seriously ill.

It’s great news that more people are getting their full set of jabs and, as cases decline, for some it is starting to feel like we might be beginning to put the worst of the pandemic behind us. But even as we inch into this next phase we have to carry on taking care of ourselves and our loved ones, making sure that we’re all as healthy as possible, physically, mentally, and emotionally.

And it’s important to remember that this whole experience has been enormously stressful, causing huge anxiety for so many of us, in ways that aren’t always obvious or quick to pass.

So if you’re having a tough time, or don’t feel quite like yourself, and you’d like to talk to someone about it, see below for more information on today’s (Thursday 3 February) Time To Talk Day. Please know that, if you are struggling, you don’t have to go through it alone – we’re here to help.

Councillor Georgia Gould, Leader of Camden Council

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