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Liverpool L8 Princes Park COVID-19 cases

31 Jul 2020

 

City leaders have thanked the community for containing the Covid-19 outbreak in Princes Park ward – but are warning that the city must stay vigilant and keep social distancing.

In a letter being delivered to all Liverpool households, Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson and Director of Public Health Matt Ashton told residents, 'We can get through this, but we are not there yet.'

Hyper-local measures put in place helped confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the Princes Park area return to the green 'low' band of Public Health England’s traffic-light system.

Although it's believed the approach has been successful, residents are asked to continue to:

  • keep a two-metre distance from people other than those you live with, wherever possible
  • wash your hands with soap and water as often as you can, or use hand gel
  • wear a face covering, if you are able, over your nose and down to and over your chin. These must be worn on public transport, in transport hubs, in shops, in indoor shopping centres and in banks and post offices. They must now also be worn in other venues such as cinemas, museums, bingo halls, libraries and hair salons

 

9 Comment(s) for Liverpool L8 Princes Park COVID-19 cases

  • By Teresa on 8/11/2020 11:54:32 PM

    My partner works in a care home who have had covid 19. The care home is in Southport and they have had deaths. Is it safe for my partner to visit.? I have diabetes type 1 also have a liver problem and other illnesses too . I did get a letter saying to isolate shielding at the beginning of lock down. I live in Toxteth and need to know about visiting to my home and visa versa Thankyou

    Replies:

    By NHS Liverpool CCG (Administrator) on 8/12/2020 1:02:54 PM
    Hi Teresa, you should contact the care home directly to see what their policy is around visits.


  • By sheree clutton on 8/7/2020 5:14:32 PM

    Our 1 year old grandson usually stay 2 nights a week he lives in litherland while we in princes park area should we avoid this for time being


  • By sheree clutton on 8/7/2020 4:28:02 PM

    Our 1 year old grandson usually stay 2 nights a week he lives in litherland while we in princes park area should we avoid this for time being

    Replies:

    By NHS Liverpool CCG (Administrator) on 8/7/2020 4:42:38 PM
    Hi Sheree, the guidance from the council is to not mix with other households unless absolutely necessary. If you need support, please call the council on 0151 233 3066. Up-to-date guidance for residents in Princes Park will be found on this page so please check back regularly. Thank you


  • By Carole Trenaman on 8/5/2020 4:07:06 PM

    Do you have a map of the areas with extra lockdown restrictions please.

    Replies:

    By NHS Liverpool CCG (Administrator) on 8/6/2020 1:08:27 PM
    Hi Carole, we don't have a map but you can find out more about the outbreak control in the area on the council's website: https://liverpool.gov.uk/communities-and-safety/emergency-planning/coronavirus/outbreak-control-and-testing/testing-and-outbreak-control-in-the-princes-park-area/


  • By Janet Lockyer on 8/1/2020 12:03:12 PM

    I sent the link to info in other languages to my Urdu speaking friend. She said it's not Urdu and doesn't know what language it is. Please can you check. Thank you.

    Replies:

    By NHS Liverpool CCG (Administrator) on 8/6/2020 1:10:34 PM
    Hi Janet, the page is updated by the council. I believe they have fixed this error now: https://vimeo.com/showcase/ourliverpool


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