In response to the coronavirus outbreak, a temporary mortuary will be located at Surrey Fire & Rescue Service’s headquarters off Wray Park Road in Reigate, Surrey County Council has confirmed. More in the article.
Surrey County Council is appealing to businesses for supplies of personal protective equipment (PPE) to help protect frontline workers delivering essential services to the county’s residents during the coronavirus outbreak. More in the article.
Parents of “significantly unwell” babies and children should continue to go to East Surrey Hospital and not be put off by worries about the coronavirus outbreak, the chief nurse has said. More in the article.
With warmer weather predicted this weekend, Surrey Police are reminding residents to protect the NHS’s resources during the coronavirus outbreak by staying at home and only going out for essential travel. More in the article.
Sponsored runs, virtual bike rides, a quiz and lockdown photography are just some of the ways that residents and business have raised over £50,000 to support staff working at Surrey & Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust as they battle the coronavirus pandemic. More in the article.
Children at risk of abuse or harm are being contacted by social workers as they continue to try and support vulnerable residents across Surrey, the county council’s chief executive assured. More in the article.
The collection of garden waste from homes in Reigate & Banstead will be suspended from Monday 30 March, as part of borough council efforts to focus a reduced workforce on key services during the coronavirus outbreak. More in the article.
Reigate Business Guild has continued its annual tradition of putting out flags in Reigate town centre for St George’s Day – but this year taking the opportunity to thank key workers. More in the article.