Residents are urged to keep up-to-date on how Dudley Council services are affected during the coronavirus outbreak online.
Information on services which have had to close or are running a partial service can be found at www.dudley.gov.uk/coronavirus
The Crystal Gateway, Queen’s Cross Network, Assisted Living Centre, Dudley Carers Hub and the Unicorn Centre are all closed until further notice. Staff have contacted service users to make alternative arrangements where possible.
Himley Hall is closed but the grounds remain open and the Red House Glass Cone is closed, but again the site remains open to visitors to the craft centre.
Shows at Dudley Town Hall, Stourbridge Town Hall and Cornbow Hall have all been cancelled. Venues will be contacting people directly about refunds and alternative dates.
Dudley, Halesowen and Crystal Leisure centres are open for swimming and the gyms, however, all fitness classes have been cancelled.
Any other services affected by the outbreak will be posted online.
Deborah Harkins, director of public health and wellbeing, said:
With things moving at such a fast pace, it’s really important local people can access the latest information as quickly and easily as possible.
We will be making sure our website is up-to-date to reflect the situation as it changes.
For more information go to www.dudley.gov.uk/coronavirus
People can also keep up-to-date by following @Dudleyborough on Facebook and @dudleymbc on Twitter or by signing up to receive public health e-bulletins