The University of Exeter is asking its students who live in the city not to meet indoors with anyone who is not part of their household.
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Devon’s infection rate is still comparatively low, but the number of positive COVID-19 tests have risen this week, in line with the national trend.
The new NHS COVID-19 app is available to us all from today (Thursday 24 September). It’s free to download, and it’s got some clever features.
“It is important that everyone now sticks to the new restrictions and I urge everyone – residents and businesses – to do all they can now in order to avoid more severe restrictions being imposed in the future,” says Cllr Hart
Devon County Council is backing the RSPB’s Revive our World campaign to take action for Nature.
Businesses and organisations have been playing their part by putting measures in place in their venues to tackle the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
There’s always a rise in the number of bugs and illness at the start of term, and this year for obvious reasons, there has been a heightened awareness of when our children feel unwell, though in most cases this will not be coronavirus (COVID-19).
Members of the South West Peninsula Road Safety Partnership (SWPRSP) have agreed to the bold ‘Vision Zero’ ambition for the region’s roads to be free of fatalities and serious injuries by 2040