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Prime Minister Boris
Johnson spoke to UN Secretary-General António Guterres
spoke to UN Secretary General António Guterres this evening to
discuss international efforts to combat the Coronavirus
pandemic. They agreed on the need for a global response to this
global challenge, and for countries to coordinate in order to
stop the spread of the virus and limit the economic impact on
our citizens. They underlined the importance of continued
funding for the development of a vaccine and to support the
resilience of healthcare systems in developing countries. The
Prime Minister said that the UK had already committed ₤241
million to the international response and would continue to look
at what further support was necessary.
Metro Mayor unveils 1st package of measures to
help Liverpool City Region deal with Coronavirus
Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram, on 20
March 2020, unveiled an initial package of measures from the
Liverpool City Region Combined Authority aimed at easing the
Coronavirus burden on local people.
Chairing the 1st meeting of the Liverpool City Region
Coronavirus Action Group, the Mayor announced a number of new
The 'LCR Cares' COVID 19 Community Support Fund; a
new crowd funding campaign to support community and voluntary
organisations on the frontline of helping our communities cope
with the spread of Coronavirus.
Free bus travel to and from School for the children of key
workers using existing Merseytravel funded supported bus
Lifting the 9.30am restriction on
concessionary travel for essential journeys, such as accessing
designated shopping hours reserved for the elderly.
A fund of ₤65,000 of business support for community and social
businesses to help them cope with the impact of COVID-19.
Steve Rotheram, Metro Mayor of the Liverpool City Region said:-
"Tackling a challenge of this scale requires everybody to come
together and do all that we can to stop the spread of the
Coronavirus, and mitigate the economic, social and health
impacts it will have. This obviously requires support from
Government; and we've seen the start of that this week, though
we await further announcements; but there are things we can do
locally as well. I want to do all that I can to help support
local people, businesses and community organisations through
Mayor Rotheram was speaking as he chaired a special City Region
COVID-19 action group meeting.
The group brings together representatives from the Local
Resilience Forum, Local Council leaders, the emergency services,
Public Health England, local MPs from all political parties and
other key local organisations.
Praising the work of emergency services, the NHS, Local
Councils, and everyone keeping transport, the grocery sector and
Pharmacies open, Steve Rotheram, Metro Mayor of the Liverpool
City Region added:- "We are lucky to have so many
brilliant frontline staff working flat out to combat COVID-19
and I want to thank them for everything they are doing. I hope
the public will be reassured, as I am, that a multi agency
response is under way right across the City Region and everyone
is pulling together to protect the 1.6 million people who rely
on us. We all know we are in for an extremely difficult time in
the next few days, weeks and, potentially, many months. We know
it will be hard, but I also know that if we work together, and
look out for each other, we will get through this."
The LCR Cares COVID 19 Community Support Fund website page is
now open for donations from the public. Just go to:-
search for 'LCRCares' or visit:-
Early next week, a simple and speedy processes for organisations
to access those funds will be in place.
Speaking about the fund, The Metro Mayor added:- "There is
some unbelievable work going on from organisations at the heart
of our communities to help keep those communities afloat in
these testing times. I am launching the LCR Cares Fund to give
those groups the financial support that they need to carry on
their invaluable work. I know that some people are unsure of
their own financial situations at the moment but, to those who
can afford it, I would ask them to give whatever you can. Every
donation will help some wonderful organisations continue the
brilliant work they are doing to help protect the vulnerable in
The Liverpool City Region Coronavirus Action Group in more
Chaired by the Metro Mayor, the task force brings together
representatives from the Local Resilience Forum, which includes
Local Council leaders, the emergency services, and Public Health
England, as well as MPs from all political parties and other key
Its role is not to replace existing resilience structures, but
to provide the Region with a single voice to lobby Government
for the action and to support co-ordinated action to help our
communities, businesses and public services.
► Free School Bus Travel...
From Monday, 23 March 2020, we will allow free travel on
Merseytravel contracted bus services to provide at least some
practical financial support to the families of essential
workers. This also supports reducing the risk to drivers of
handling cash, given that contactless payments are more
difficult/not an option for some young people. This is for
Merseytravel contracted services to Schools only.
9.30am - Concessionary Travel Restrictions Scrapped...
Restrictions will be scrapped from Monday, 23 March 2020, and
continue until the end of 2020 and will enable people over 60 to
take advantage of moves by major supermarkets to open early for
the elderly and vulnerable, as well as encouraging them to get
out and get active when the current crisis is over.
The announcement comes after agreement was reached with
Stagecoach, Arriva, Merseyrail, Northern and Transpennine
Express and other bus operators.
Commenting further on the announcement, Steve Rotheram, Metro
Mayor of the Liverpool City Region, said:-
"We are absolutely committed to doing all that we
can to protect the City Region's residents and make their lives
as comfortable as possible during this difficult period. As some
of the major supermarkets move towards introducing golden hours
for the elderly, first thing in the morning, we felt it was only
right to introduce this flexibility which will, for example,
allow older people to avail themselves of the opportunity to
shop for essentials in a safer environment, as well as enabling
them to get out and about when things get back to normal. The
advice remains that older people, and particularly the over
70's, should only use public transport when absolutely necessary
and that they should continue to follow the guidance around
staying at home and socially distancing themselves."
LCR Cares COVID
19 Community Support Fund...
The Community Foundation for Merseyside will manage the LCRcares
Fund on behalf of the Metro Mayor and Liverpool City Region.
The Community Foundation for Merseyside is a registered charity
and over the past 20 years has distributed in excess of ₤40m to
grass root community groups and charities across the Liverpool
City Region and has a strong track record, expert team and long
held reputation for ensuring funding is provided to the most
Chief Executive, Rae Brooke said:- "We are delighted to be
managing the LCRcares Fund and will ensure much needed funding
is provided where there's most need and where it will have
greatest impact. Many who have the capacity to support
financially will want to do that in this exceptional time of
need. This is when the best of community spirit can be
demonstrated and everyone can make a real difference to the
lives of others."
To donate to the LCR Cares Fund please make payments via Bank
Name:- 'CFLM core'
Sort code:- '09 07 20'
Search "LCRCares" at:-
Social businesses support fund
In October 2019, Metro Mayor Steve Rotherham announced a fund to
support Socially Trading Organisations. The Combined Authority
has been working with Power to Change and local stakeholders to
develop the fund which is due to be launched later this year.
Given the huge pressure Socially Trading Organisations are now
under, we will be releasing ₤65,000 in funding early to provide
tailored business support now.
Vidhya Alakeson, CEO of Power to Change as
Project Sponsor of Kindred, said:-
"On behalf of the
founding team of Kindred, we are pleased to have the opportunity
to work with the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority in
these incredibly challenging times to support the City Region's
highly valued socially trading organisations, including
community businesses. Kindred is about supporting the needs of STOs working in the City Region's communities, and this
pre-launch Kindred work will provide non-financial collaborating
communities business support for STO needs at this time, backed
by Power to Change and the Combined Authority. We recognise that
the work of STOs, including community businesses, is
particularly critical at this time of national crisis as they
provide support to some of the most vulnerable communities in
MFRS urges residents
to check smoke alarms following fatal house fire in Bootle
Merseyside are being urged to make sure they have working
smoke alarms and know what to do in the event of a fire
following a tragic fatality in a house fire in Bootle. The
fire occurred at a house in Antonio Street on the evening of
Wednesday, 18 March 2020. Despite an extremely fast response
of only four minutes from fire crews, a 67 year old man
sadly lost his life in the fire.
A joint investigation between Merseyside Fire and Rescue
Service (MFRS) and Merseyside Police has been carried out
and determined the fire originated in the first floor
bedroom of the property. It is believed the fire spread
quickly due to the level of fire loading within the affected
room. As a result of the severity of the fire and extensive
damage caused to the property, investigators were unable to
determine an exact cause, but suspect the fire was caused by
a candle or portable gas heater.
Firefighters and prevention staff from MFRS will now go out
into the community around Antonio Street to reassure
residents, provide fire safety advice, home fire safety
checks, and install smoke alarms where required.
Mark Thomas, Group Manager for Prevention at MFRS, said:-
"Our thoughts are with the family and community at this
time. This is a terrible tragedy which should never happen
and we would urge communities across Merseyside to ensure
that smoke alarms are installed and are tested regularly.
Make sure your escape routes are clear from any clutter and
that everyone in your household knows what to do and how to
get out of the property in the event of a fire. Keep your
door and window keys in a known and accessible place. We
understand that times are difficult and many members of our
community will now be self isolating as a result of the
current Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, however we cannot
stress the importance that if there is a fire; get out, stay
out and call the fire service. Do not try to tackle the fire
yourself, close the door of the room where the fire is if
possible, get to a safe place and dial 999. If you hear a
smoke alarm sounding in a neighbour's home or simply walking
past a house, dial 999 and ask for the fire and rescue
service- we would much sooner go to a false alarm than a
potentially serious fire. Finally, please be extremely
careful if you are using candles in the home. Make sure you
keep them away from anything that can catch fire; furniture,
curtains, newspapers, books and never leave lit candles
unattended. Consider using LED battery operated candles
instead; they will reduce the risk of fire for everyone in
your home. Using unsafe heating methods can often lead to a
fire starting in your property. If you are worried about the
heating methods in your home, or in the homes of your loved
ones, please call us on:- 08007315958 for free fire safety
Tips for staying safe from fire in the home:-
► Never leave lit candles unattended. Put burning
candles out when you leave the room, and make sure they're
out completely at night.
► Place your candles carefully. Make sure they are on
a stable surface, out of the reach of pets and children, and
keep them away from flammable objects like curtains,
furniture, bedding and books.
► Do not move candles once they are lit.
• Do not burn several candles close together as this might
cause the flame to flare
• Burn candles in a well-ventilated room, out of drafts,
vents or air currents. This will help prevent rapid or
uneven burning, soot, and dripping.
► Always put scented candles in a heat resistant
holder. These candles are designed to liquefy when heated to
► Consider using LED battery operated candles instead.
They give the same effect but are much safer. Be sure to
only use LED candles and tealights where children and pets
cannot access the battery inside.
► Ensure possessions are stored on stable surfaces and
do not stack items to a height that they can become unstable
– they could fall over and block your escape
► Newspapers and mail stored in bulk are highly
combustible and will cause fire to spread rapidly. Sort mail
and newspapers on the day you receive them and recycle them
on a regular basis.
► Do not place items on, or near to, heaters, lamps,
or other electrical equipment.
► KEEP heaters away from curtains, furniture and other
materials that may ignite
► NEVER dry clothes over a heater or open fire
► ALWAYS use fireguards with open fires and ensure you
have your chimney swept regularly
► DON'T move the heater while it is turned on
► You should have AT LEAST ONE working smoke alarm on
every level of the home
► Consider installing additional smoke alarms in rooms
with electrical appliances or sleeping areas
► Avoid placing smoke alarms in bathrooms or kitchens
where steam is likely to trigger false alarms. Heat alarms
are better for these rooms.
► Test your smoke alarms EVERY WEEK
► Smoke alarms should be replaced every 10 years
► Make sure that everyone in your home knows what to
do if a fire should occur – practice your escape route.
► Make sure your door and window keys are in known and
► Keep escape routes clear from clutter and items that
could block your path.
Healthcare and Medications
ACCORDING to the Medicines and
Healthcare products Regulatory Agency, there is currently no
strong evidence that ibuprofen can make Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The said in a press statement on 20 March 2020:- "Until we
have more information, take Paracetamol to treat the symptoms of
Coronavirus, unless your doctor has told you Paracetamol is not
suitable for you. We are aware there has been concern spreading
about the use of ibuprofen and other non-steroidal
anti-inflammatory medications (NSAIDs) in relation to COVID-19.
However, there is currently no research into ibuprofen and the
new Coronavirus. This includes:-
► The link between ibuprofen and the
likelihood of contracting the virus.
► The link between ibuprofen and the
worsening of Coronavirus symptoms."
So what is the advive about the use of Ibuprofen and
Coronavirus? They added in the statement that:- "Patients who
have confirmed COVID-19, or believe they have COVID-19, should
take Paracetamol in preference to ibuprofen. Those currently
advised to use ibuprofen by their healthcare professional should
not stop using them. There is some debate suggesting NSAIDs may
increase complications from simple acute respiratory infections
or slow recovery. The product information of many NSAIDs already
contains warnings that their anti inflammatory effects may hide
the symptoms of a worsening infection. However the evidence is
not conclusive. In view of the current lack of research the
Commission on Human Medicines (an expert advisory body of MHRA)
and NICE have been asked to review the evidence."
The Department of Health and Social Care have
also announced that more than 80 medicines used to treat
patients in intensive care units have been banned from parallel*
export from the UK.
All medicines on the list are in high demand across Europe as
health systems come under increasing pressure from Coronavirus
(COVID-19). The restrictions are a standard measure to manage
potential medicine shortages and protects UK patients by
ensuring the NHS has the treatments to continue providing world
The new restrictions cover crucial medicines such as:-
Companies that parallel export a medicine on
the ban list may face tough enforcement action from the
Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) and
risk having their trading licence revoked for serious breaches.
The parallel export ban will help ensure there is an
uninterrupted supply of medicines for NHS Hospitals treating
The Department of Health and Social Care has existing, well
established processes to deal with and resolve medicines
shortages. The medicine supply chain is complex and highly
regulated, so problems can arise for a variety of reasons,
including manufacturing issues or problems with raw ingredients.
Health minister Lord Bethell said:- "Our brilliant NHS
staff are going above and beyond to provide world-class care to
patients with Coronavirus and we are supporting them in every
way we can. We are today banning the parallel export of more
than 80 crucial medicines to protect patients in the UK and help
ensure they can always get the treatments they need."
20 March 2020.-
* Parallel exporting is
when companies buy medicines meant for UK patients and sell on
for a higher price in another country, potentially causing or
aggravating supply problems.
Online isolation notes launched - providing
proof of Coronavirus absence from work
ON 20 March 2020, the Department of
Health and Social Care issued the following statement:-
"Isolation notes will provide employees with evidence for their
employers that they have been advised to self isolate due to
Coronavirus, either because they have symptoms or they live with
someone who has symptoms, and so cannot work. As isolation notes
can be obtained without contacting a doctor, this will reduce
the pressure on GP surgeries and prevent people needing to leave
their homes. For the 1st 7 days off work, employees can self
certify so they don't need any evidence for their employer.
After that, employers may ask for evidence of sickness absence.
Where this is related to having symptoms of Coronavirus or
living with someone who has symptoms, the isolation note can be
used to provide evidence of the advice to self isolate. People
who need to claim Universal Credit or Employment and Support
Allowance because of Coronavirus will not be required to produce
a fit note or an isolation note. More details on Coronavirus and
claiming benefits can be found here. The notes can be accessed
through the NHS website and NHS 111 online. After answering a
few questions, an isolation note will be emailed to the user. If
they don't have an email address, they can have the note sent to
a trusted family member or friend, or directly to their
employer. The service can also be used to generate an isolation
note on behalf of someone else. The isolation note service has
been commissioned by NHSX and built by NHS Digital."
Health and Social Care Secretary, Matt Hancock, said:-
is absolutely vital we do everything we can to ease the burden
on our healthcare professionals, allowing them to spend as much
time as possible with those patients that need them most.
Digital isolation notes will provide reassurance to those self
isolating and their employers while also reducing the pressure
on our NHS, so they can continue doing all they can to protect
the people of this country and save lives. The isolation note
service can be accessed via the 111 online Coronavirus service
NHS.UK/Coronavirus as well as via the NHS app."
Education - Exam
THE Department for
Education and The Rt Hon Gavin Williamson CBE MP issued the
following statements about the arrangements for exams which have
been cancelled to fight spread of Coronavirus. Published 20
March 2020, the statement says:- "The exam
regulator, Ofqual, and exam boards will work with teachers to
provide grades to students whose exams have been cancelled this
summer, following our actions to slow the spread of Coronavirus.
University representatives have confirmed that they expect
Universities to be flexible and do all they can to support
students and ensure they can progress to higher education.
This year's summer exam series, including A levels, GCSEs and
other qualifications, and all primary assessments, have been
cancelled as we fight to stop the spread of Coronavirus.
The Government's priority is now to ensure affected students can
move on as planned to the next stage of their lives, including
going into employment, starting University, College or 6th Form courses, or an apprenticeship in the autumn.
This means ensuring GCSE, A and AS level students are awarded a
grade which fairly reflects the work that they have put in.
There will also be an option to sit an exam early in the next
academic year for students who wish to. Ofqual will develop and
set out a process that will provide a calculated grade to each
student which reflects their performance as fairly as possible,
and will work with the exam boards to ensure this is
consistently applied for all students. The exam boards will be
asking teachers, who know their students well, to submit their
judgement about the grade that they believe the student would
have received if exams had gone ahead.
To produce this, teachers will take into account a range of
evidence and data including performance on mock exams and
non-exam assessment; clear guidance on how to do this fairly and
robustly will be provided to schools and Colleges. The exam
boards will then combine this information with other relevant
data, including prior attainment, and use this information to
produce a calculated grade for each student, which will be a
best assessment of the work they have put in.
Ofqual and exam boards will be discussing with teachers'
representatives before finalising an approach, to ensure that it
is as fair as possible. More information will be provided as
soon as possible.
The aim is to provide these calculated grades to students before
the end of July. In terms of a permanent record, the grades will
be indistinguishable from those provided in other years. We will
also aim to ensure that the distribution of grades follows a
similar pattern to that in other years, so that this year's
students do not face a systematic disadvantage as a consequence
of these extraordinary circumstances."
Education Secretary Gavin Williamson said:- "Cancelling
exams is something no Education Secretary would ever want to do,
however these are extraordinary times and this measure is a
vital but unprecedented step in the country's efforts to stop
the spread of coronavirus. My priority now is to ensure no young
person faces a barrier when it comes to moving onto the next
stage of their lives; whether that's further or higher
education, an apprenticeship or a job. I have asked exam boards
to work closely with the teachers who know their pupils best to
ensure their hard work and dedication is rewarded and fairly
We recognise that some students may nevertheless feel
disappointed that they haven't been able to sit their exams. If
they do not believe the correct process has been followed in
their case they will be able to appeal on that basis. In
addition, if they do not feel their calculated grade reflects
their performance, they will have the opportunity to sit an exam
at the earliest reasonable opportunity, once schools are open
again. Students will also have the option to sit their exams in
There is a very wide range of different vocational and technical
qualifications as well as other academic qualifications for
which students were expecting to sit exams this summer. These
are offered by a large number of awarding organisations, and
have differing assessment approaches; in many cases students
will already have completed modules or non-exam assessment which
could provide evidence to award a grade. We are encouraging
these organisations to show the maximum possible flexibility and
pragmatism to ensure students are not disadvantaged. Ofqual is
working urgently with the sector to explore options and we will
work with them to provide more details shortly."
The Government will not publish any school or College level
educational performance data based on tests, assessments or
exams for 2020.
The DfE Coronavirus helpline if have a query about Coronavirus
(COVID-19), relating to Schools and other educational
establishments in England is:- 0800 046 8687. Lines are open
Monday to Friday, from 8am to 6pm, and weekends 10am to 4pm.
20 March 2020.
open hubs for children of key workers
AROUND 50 hubs to look after Primary age children of key
workers in Liverpool will open on Monday, 23 March 2020. It
follows the Government's decision to close Schools later today
until further notice, as part of the response to Coronavirus.
The strategically located School sites are only for Primary age
pupils whose parents are key workers and have no other safe
childcare available to them, and will initially be open from 9am
until 4pm. Parents of Primary School children who are eligible
are asked to take their child to the nearest site which is
convenient for them on Monday, where there will be staff
available to receive them. There will be no provision for
Secondary School pupils, but Secondary Schools are identifying
vulnerable children and will be proactively contacting those
parents directly to see if they need any support. The City's 5
Nursery Schools:- Abercromby Nursery School; Chatham Place
Nursery School; East Prescot Road Nursery; Ellergreen Nursery
School and Everton Nursery School; are currently remaining open
and will accept children of key workers who have no other
available childcare. Some Special Schools will also be open:-
Palmerston School; Princes Primary School; Hope School;
Sandfield Park School; Woolton High School; Redbridge; Milstead;
Abbotts Lea and Bank View and will be in touch with parents
regarding their capacity to support children.
Director of Education, Steve Reddy said:- "These are
unprecedented times and I would like to thank all Schools for
their support over the last couple of days in coming up with a
list of hubs. It is really important that people understand that
the Government has instructed all Schools to close from Friday.
Many were already struggling to continue to provide an education
for children due to the number of staff in self isolation. We
simply can't keep every School site open because that would not
be sustainable, so what we have tried to do is come up with a
list of strategically placed sites which we believe can be
staffed, at least in the short term. My appeal to parents is to
only take their child to a hub if they are on the list of key
workers and they have no other childcare available to them. I
want to be really honest with people: I know that the list of
sites is not perfect, and that it will inconvenience some
parents, but we are trying to do our very best in what are very
exceptional circumstances. I promise that we will be reviewing
the situation every single day and we will let people know if we
are able to open more sites, or have to make other changes.
Please keep checking our website regularly for updates and bear
with us as we prioritise support for parents whose job is
essential to keeping the City functioning and do not have any
other available childcare."
The list of key workers is:-
► Social workers, care workers, health and social care staff and
those required to maintain the sector.
► Teachers, specialist education professionals and nursery
► Staff essential to the operation of the justice system.
► Staff involved in the management of the deceased.
► Administrative staff in local government essential to the
delivery of the COVID-19 response.
► Staff delivering essential public services such as payment of
► Staff involved in the distribution of food or other key goods.
► Police and Police Support Staff.
► Fire and rescue staff and support staff.
► Transport workers.
► Utilities workers.
► Probation staff.
► IT staff necessary to support COVID-19 response.
► Payment providers.
► Waste disposal service presumably including refuse collection.
In addition, other workers described include:-
► Armed forces personnel.
► MoD Civilian Staff and contractors.
► National Crime Agency.
► Border Security.
► National security staff.
► Religions and charity staff.
► Journalists and broadcasters.
The list of hubs is:-
► Arnot St Mary, Arnot Street, L4
► All Saint's Catholic Primary, Oakfield, Anfield
► Anfield Road Primary School, Anfield Road, Anfield
► Banks Road Primary, Banks Road, Garston
► Barlows Primary School, Barlows Lane, Fazakerley
► The Beacon Church of England Primary, Heyworth Street, Everton
► Blackmoor Park Infants, Leyfield Road, L12
► Dovedale Primary, Herondale Road, L18
► Fazakerley Primary, Formosa Drive, L10
► Faith Primary School, Prince Edwin Street, L5
► Florence Melly Primary, Bushey Road, L4
► Greenbank Primary School, Mossley Avenue , L18
► Holy Cross Primary, Fontenoy Street, L3
► Holy Name Catholic Primary, Mosspits Lane, Fazakerley
► Hunts Cross Primary School, Kingsthorne Road, L25
► Kensington Community Primary School, Brae Street
► Kingsley Community School, Eversley Street
► Liverpool College, Queens Drive, L18
► Matthew Arnold Primary School, Dingle Lane, Dingle
► Mosspits Lane Primary School, Mosspits Lane, Wavertree
► Middlefield Community Primary, Alder Wood Avenue, Speke
► Monksdown Primary School, Monksdown Road, Norris Green
► Norman Pannell School, Brownbill Bank, L27
► Northcote Community Primary, Cavendish Drive, Walton
► Our Lady and St Philomena's Catholic Primary School, Sparrowhall Road, L9
► Our Lady and St Swithin's Catholic Primary, Parkstile Lane,
► Phoenix Primary School, Birchfield Road, L7
► Pleasant Street Community Primary, Pleasant Street, L3
► Rice Lane Primary, Brockenhurst Road, L9
► Rudston Primary School, Rudston Road, L16
► Sacred Heart Catholic School, Hall Lane, Kensington
► Springwood Heath Primary, Danefield Road, Allerton
► Sudley Junior School, Aigburth Road, L17
► St Ambrose Primary School, Alderfield Road, L24
► St Christopher's Catholic Primary, Tarbock Road, L24
► St Nicholas Catholic Primary School, Orthes Street, L3
► St Oswald's Catholic Primary School, Montague Road, Old Swan
► St Teresa of Lisieux Catholic Primary School, Uttington Avenue
► St John's Catholic Primary, Fountains Road, Kirkdale
► St Margaret's Anfield CE Primary, Lower Breck Road, Anfield
► St Paul and St. Timothy's Infant School, South Parkside Drive,
► St Paul's Catholic Junior School, Spring Grove, L12
► St Sebastian's Catholic Primary School, Holly Road, Fairfield
► Stockton Wood Primary, All Saints Road, Speke
► Wavertree Church of England Primary, Rose Villas, L15
► Windsor Primary School, Upper Hill Street, L8
► Woolton Primary School, Out Lane L25
► Our Lady of Assumption, Hedgefield Road, Belle Vale
► St Hugh's Primary School, Earle Road, L7
► Our Lady Immaculate Primary School, Northumberland Terrace, L5
In addition, Children's Centres will be open for parents of
children on Free School Meals to collect vouchers which can be
redeemed in store or online at ASDA. Those in self isolation can
phone their Centre to arrange for the vouchers to be delivered.
The list of hubs is available at:-
Total UK cases
COVID-19 Cases Update for Liverpool City Region and
confirmed cases within the following local authorities are
► Sefton 6 cases.
► Liverpool 13 cases.
► Wirral 8 cases.
► St. Helens 2 cases.
► Halton 4 cases.
► Warrington 4 cases.
► Wigan 4 cases.
► Cheshire West and Chester 7 cases.
► Cheshire East 9 cases.
► Lancashire 24 cases.
► Blackpool 3 cases.
► Blackburn with Darwen 1 cases.
► Bolton 9 cases.
► Salford 9 cases.
► Trafford 13 cases.
► Manchester 21 cases.
► Stockport 13 cases.
► Oldham 14 cases.
► Rochdale 9 cases.
These stats are according to Public Health England as of
09:00 (GMT) on 20/03/2020.
See archived update pages
20 March 2020
19 March 2020
18 March 2020
17 March 2020
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