Coronavirus: Weekly update from Camden Council


Thursday, 27th January — By Cllr Georgia Gould


Throughout the pandemic we have seen great community spirit across Camden – people looking out for each other, putting the needs of friends and neighbours ahead of their own, especially those in any way vulnerable.

While government COVID-19 measures are officially lifted from today (Thursday 27 January), it remains vitally important that we all continue acting with care and caution for ourselves, and consideration for those around us. Simple actions, such as wearing a face covering in indoor and crowded outdoor areas have been shown to make a real difference. And of course, getting vaccinated and boosted as soon as you can – they’re safe, they work, and they are saving lives.

Although the rules are changing, please remember that the pandemic is not over. COVID-19 is still here, and is still having a massive impact on many, including those with underlying health conditions.

And for lots of people, government’s decision to do away with things like masks and social distancing is a cause of huge anxiety – please keep this in mind when you’re out and about. Let’s hold on to that community spirit, let’s carry on thinking about each other, and let’s continue getting through this, as we have from the start, together.

Councillor Georgia Gould, Leader of Camden Council

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