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  • Face Coverings : Why and How to Wear Them Safely

    Face Coverings  : Why and How to Wear Them Safely

    From 8 August face coverings need to be worn in additional indoor settings, unless you are exempt from wearing a face covering. We’re reminding you that Greg Fell, Director of Public Health in Sheffield, in his July video ,explained the importance of wearing face coverings correctly with continued social distancing and hygiene. He emphasised that the most important ways to control the pandemic are to stay at home if you have symptoms, keep your distance where possible, wash your hands frequently and wear a face covering in enclosed public spaces if you are able to do so.

  • Public Health England Campaign to Act FAST.

    Act FAST, it’s time to dial 999 if you recognise any of the stroke key symptoms affecting face, arms or speech.

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