Following a sharp rise in coronavirus rates across the country the government has announced a range of new measures to keep the virus under control.
Croydon residents who are struggling financially because they cannot work after being told to self-isolate can now apply for a new support fund provided by government and run by councils.
Croydon residents are being urged to protect themselves and their loved ones by knowing how to get tested for coronavirus under the Keep Croydon Safe campaign launched today (Wednesday).
As we start to see our high streets come back to life, we are also preparing to reopen some more of our council services and buildings.
The council’s director of public health is calling on borough residents to continue following government rules on social distancing and hygiene to avoid Covid-19 spreading further.
The Leader of Croydon Council today called on the government to sustainably fund the care sector as a report into the borough’s ongoing Covid-19 support for vulnerable residents was made public.
Croydon Council’s large-scale response so far to support residents in need during the coronavirus pandemic while maintaining frontline services will be discussed at a virtual meeting on Monday 11 May.
A government mobile testing unit will be in Croydon for the next three days for key workers, members of the families and over-65s, to be tested for Covid-19.
Croydon businesses are being urged to collect their government grants to support them through the disruption caused by coronavirus. In a major drive to help businesses access support, the council has contacted over 4,000 small businesses locally in a range of ways to ask them to take up the funding but so far only received responses from around half of those
A partnership between the council and the community has launched its fourth Food Stop for local families in need as a borough-wide welfare response to COVID-19 continues.