Community Information – Tier 4 this Christmas

Thank you for your continued support in the fight against COVID-19. This week we hope you can help us share information about tier 4: stay home.

We’re bitterly disappointed to move to tier 4 at Christmas but this new strain of COVID-19 is spreading even faster. It’s a devastating blow to our own wellbeing and local communities and businesses, just when we were all looking forward to some much-needed traditional festive cheer.

Not everyone has symptoms – so assume you have it. Resist the urge to see family and friends. This is a tipping point in the pandemic so our actions now will affect the next few months.

COVID-19 rates are high and rapidly increasing. Don’t drop your guard. COVID-19 fatigue is as dangerous as the virus.

Every single one of us needs to play our part to save lives. We’re all personally responsible. This is just one Christmas, remember. If we work together now and stick to the rules, we can all celebrate it properly next year. But for Christmas 2020, protect your families and loved ones, and stop the NHS being further inundated.

Remain vigilant both outside and indoors. If you develop symptoms, self-isolate at home and get tested. If you need support, we have a variety of resources to help you. See the COVID-19 page on our website for more details.

Please share this message as widely as you can, on your social media accounts, via text, Messenger or WhatsApp messages, or even during video calls with your friends, family or other groups. Our COVID-19 posts are on our social media feeds if you prefer to share directly from there. We’re all in this together and the more you share, the more it helps us all.

If you know anybody who’d like to become one of our Community Information Champions then please ask them to email their details to: volunteer.Once you’ve sent out the message, please fill in our form so we can track how far the information is going.

In the meantime, we wish you a happy and healthy Christmas. See you 2021!

Regards,

The Community Information Champions Scheme

Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead

Town Hall

St Ives Road
Maidenhead SL6 1RF

volunteer

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