Monty Python kicks us off on day 51. I’m afraid this video reminded me a little of some of the daily briefings we are getting.
Today sees the first day of softening in England, how was it for you? We start with a few government updates – quite a lot came out today; those included here are most relevant to members of the public.
More Government Guidance.
Further clarifications on access to green spaces, public transport & schools.
Day 15 and after two weeks of lockdown it almost seems like the new normal! But, things keep changing. First, there was no recycling, then there was and, the good news, there will be again tomorrow but read on. Also, there were no council meetings but, watch this space! And, again, a little light relief at the end.
Day 8, one whole week under our belt, and a lot has happened. Last week we heard about how recycling was going to be cut back, something the PC were not happy about. Well, the PC has been in discussions with a local company and they are pleased to announce that you can recycle again starting from tomorrow, 1st April. After this announcement, a little light relief in the form of a karaoke-style Tom Jones parody on COVID-19 to sing along to.
So Day 2 of the COVID-19 lockdown and hopefully everybody is getting into the swing of things. It helps that the skies are blue especially if you are able to get outside for your daily exercise. Odd not to see vapour trails in the sky but that is probably good for the environment. So, on to news updates:
Somebody’s crisis can be somebody else’s opportunity. Essex Police advise on how criminals are able to take advantage.