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Government Advice: Coronavirus

From July 19, England enters Step 4 of the Government’s roadmap which includes the lifting of most restrictions. However, whilst some legal restrictions will no longer be in place, cautious guidance remains. With cases high and rising, everyone needs to play their part, get vaccinated and continue to protect the borough.

Council services

Some of the council's services are continuing to operate as normal but staff are limiting contact with the public wherever possible

Coronavirus Symptoms and Testing

If you have coronavirus symptoms, no matter how mild, you need to get tested. You can book a test online or by calling 119.

Dudley local outbreak control plan

As we move to the next phase of management of the COVID-19 epidemic, a locally led system to prevent and reduce transmission of the virus is critical

Staying safe and well

Useful support and advice to help you keep safe and well during the coronavirus pandemic, including mental health, community safety, local support and more.

Financial support

If you are worried about debt or your financial situation at this time, there are services in Dudley that will offer their support.

COVID-19 Vaccination programme

All adults aged 18 or over can now get vaccinated against COVID-19. If you cannot book appointments online, you can call 119. 

Translations and Alternative Formats

Covid-19 accessibility resources including alternative formats such as British Sign Language, Easy Read documents and translations into alternative languages

Community, voluntary and faith settings

Advice and guidance for community, voluntary and faith settings. 

COVID-19 Community Champions

COVID-19 Community Champions are residents across Dudley. Champions can be anyone in the community.