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Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Kent and Medway – and NHS app info

Public Health England has confirmed further coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Kent, bringing the total to 11212 in Kent and 1537 in Medway (19 Oct 2020). This equates to a rate per 100,000 of population – 708.9 for Kent and 551.8 for Medway. The new Covid-19 NHS Test and Trace app…

New Testing Site Opened in Margate

A new drive-through and walk-through coronavirus testing facility is to open for those with symptoms to book appointments at Dreamland Car Park, in Margate, as part of the Government’s UK-wide drive to continue to improve the accessibility of coronavirus testing for local communities. Testing is available only for those with…

KCC consults residents as it faces toughest financial challenge

Kent County Council is facing its toughest financial challenge for many years – greater even than any it faced during 10 years of austerity. Coping with the demands of Covid-19 has required a huge increase in spending at the same time as reductions in its income from council tax and…

Electric vehicle charging points set to expand across Kent

There is just a day left for Parish and Town Councils to apply for funding for new electric vehicle charging points. The funding has been secured by Kent County Council with chargers to be located on land owned by the community such as village hall car parks. The deadline for…

Statement re Covid-19 Tier Level 1 for Kent and Medway

Joint statement from Kent County Council and Medway Council’s Directors of Public Health, Andrew Scott-Clark and James Williams. The government has launched three new levels of restrictions, applicable to the whole country from Wednesday onwards. While we recognise cases are rising across Kent and Medway, at this time, it would…

Former KCC Leader Paul Carter knighted by the Queen

The former leader of Kent County Council is among those recognised by the Queen for their contribution to the community. Paul Carter was Leader of Kent County Council (KCC), England’s largest local authority, for 14 years. He was one of the longest serving leaders nationally. Leader of Kent County Council,…

World Mental Health Day Support Available in Kent

Health leaders across Kent are reminding residents of the mental wellbeing support available as Covid-19 continues to cause restrictions and impact people’s lives. This World Mental Health Day (10th Oct), information is available at www.kent.gov.uk/wellbeing for people experiencing a range of mental health issues. There is also a specific site…

Kent’s buses have a green heritage with a green future too

To mark the 50th anniversary of the striking green London Country buses, Kent County Council has partnered with Arriva and Go-Coach to celebrate the iconic look. From 1970 to 1986, London Country buses served the south east counties, extending the red bus network of London. The bus deregulation programme outside…

Young people are being urged to “Speak Out” if they feel unsafe in a car

Young people are being urged to “Speak Out” if they feel unsafe, as figures reveal 234 car occupants aged 16 to 24, have been killed or seriously injured on Kent’s roads in the past three years. This month, Kent County Council’s road safety team launched the Speak Out campaign, aimed…

Residents encouraged to become COVID Community Champions

Medway Council, Kent County Council and NHS Kent and Medway Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are encouraging residents to sign up to become COVID-19 Community Champions. The community champions will share the latest government advice and coronavirus guidance with their local community, friends, family, neighbours, in their workplaces and on social…