- Support and guidance for the public - official guidance and details of support available
- Services affected - parks, waste collections, housing rents and other affected services
- Communities and volunteers - community support groups, volunteering and emergency funding
- Business guidance - official guidance and grant applications
Your shopping and retail experience may not be quite the same as it was before. Visit town centres.
In England, you must by law wear a face covering on public transport and in shops and supermarkets. Face coverings when to wear one and how to make your own
Update from from Councillor Andrew Day, Leader, and Chris Elliott, Chief Executive
Friday 11 September 2020
Keep calm and carry on! Warwick district has fared remarkably well throughout this pandemic compared to other parts of the country. Given the easing of the lockdown, with schools reopening and businesses restarting, it’s no surprise that the latest figures show an increase in the number of coronavirus cases.
We can all help control the virus if we all stay alert. This means you must:
- Stay at home as much as possible
- Work from home if you can
- Limit contact with other people
- Keep your distance if you go out (2 metres apart where possible)
- Wash your hands regularly
Self-isolate if you or anyone in your household has symptoms.
Read the Prime Minister’s address for the latest information.
If you have been notified as being particularly vulnerable and need to isolate for 12 weeks but do not have any local support, you can call us on our dedicated number:
- 0800 4081447 - Monday - Friday, 9am to 5pm; Saturday and Sunday opening hours vary
If you think there is a breach of social distancing regulations, please contact our Environmental Health team at email@example.com.
Please note that Warwick District Council’s priority is responding to coronavirus and supporting local communities across Warwick district, providing the help and services needed during this difficult time.
This will impact on the ability of the Council to respond to requests for information within the statutory deadlines, which has been recognised by the Information Commissioner.
However, please rest assured the Council will continue to process requests and will monitor to ensure that in due course they are responded to, with higher priority given to those requests for personal data.