Haringey coronavirus (COVID-19) updates
With Halloween and Bonfire Night fast approaching this is a reminder to all residents that Haringey remains in Tier Two of the regulations and we are determined to protect our communities and contain the spread of the virus in the borough.
We understand this a time of year where people would normally congregate together but as part of our Autumn nights planning, we would encourage everyone to comply with social distance rules and remember you must never be with more than six people outside. Read the government’s Tier 2 guidance (external link).
Public Health England are encouraging families to think twice about trick or treating this Halloween. They advise that children going door to door, ringing on the same doorbells and rummaging in the same bowl of sweets, is an unnecessary risk.
However you intend to celebrate Halloween, please consider vulnerable residents, who may be particularly anxious and alarmed by repeated knocks on their door.
For further information, see the News section of this website.
2020 has a been a difficult year – the COVID-19 pandemic has affected us all in different ways.
We want to hear from residents and businesses in Haringey about the impact of coronavirus on how you live and work and how your lives have been changed. We’ve launched our Haringey Together Commonplace Platform so that you can get in touch to tell us about your experiences.
We will also be using the platform to let you know how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the council’s finances and how we will be managing this in the short and medium term.
You can also use our interactive map to tell us which Haringey places and spaces you have used differently during the pandemic and about their importance to you.
Your stories, views and experiences will be used by the council to help shape decisions on how we recover as a borough move forward to tackle social injustice and inequality in Haringey.
Cllr Joseph Ejiofor, Leader of Haringey Council, said:
COVID-19 has touched all of our lives and sadly, has taken many. We want to know more about how the pandemic has affected Haringey and its people. Please share your experiences with us and help us understand how best to support our residents.
Humanitarian organisation Doctors of the World has partnered with Thrive LDN to produce Six Ways to Improve Your Wellbeing, a COVID-19 guide for migrant communities.
The information is available in 27 languages and contains six steps to improve your mental health during the pandemic and is printable as a booklet.
Find the guidance packs here and visit this link for more translated resources.
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