Latest update – 30 July 2020
Restrictions will be lifted for the Borough of Oadby and Wigston from 3 August. These areas will return to national social distancing guidelines, other than for clinically extremely vulnerable people who should continue shielding.
Additional businesses and venues will be able to re-open in Leicester City from 3 August. Other restrictions remain in place. The clinically extremely vulnerable should continue to shield.
Update 17 July 2020
Changes to our services in Leicester
Many of you will have watched Matt Hancock’s speech yesterday where he announced that the city, and some outlying areas, would remain in lockdown for at least a further 2 weeks, with the next review scheduled for 30 July
NHS Leicester has produced a collection of coronavirus information, relevant for local patients, including different languages, audio, easy-read and sign language:
The health and safety of our colleagues is essential during the COVID-19 outbreak so we can continue to provide a service to our customers during these difficult times.
We’ve carried out risk assessments in our offices so we can understand how our work can help minimise the the spread of COVID-19 and risk to people. We have put measures in place to help us work safely and made adjustments to the ways we work, such as enabling people to work from home wherever possible.
View our risk assessments here: