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CORONAVIRUS AND THE ANGARRACK COMMUNITY

CORONAVIRUS AND THE ANGARRACK COMMUNITY

The coronavirus has taken a massive step forward today and the effect on our
community is as yet unknown.   We do not need to panic however it's inevitable that it
will affect some/all of us over the coming months. This could be a single person living
alone or whole families who have to self-isolate for anything between 7 and 14 days

So what can we do;-

There are people in the village who are more than happy to collect prescriptions, get provisions etc. if needed.

If you require assistance either use the numbers on the note dropped round the village  read more »

Angarrack Defibrillator

Angarrack Defibrillator cabinet | Angarrack Inn | Steamers Hill | Angarrack 24/7
Chain of Survival
South Western Ambulance Service Foundation Trust covers 10,000 square miles, 20% of mainland England

Angarrack is proud to announce that after the successful fundraising Angarrack now has a defibrillator available 24/7 for public access. It's on the wall outside the Angarrack Inn on the Steamers Hill side of the pub.

You don't need special training to use it as the machine and 999 ambulance service will talk you through what to do (though training will help make you more familar with the machine and CPR compressions)

Chain of Survival

Chain Of Survival - Pastel (2)  read more »

200920 | Signature ice cream sold in tribute to Falmouth seller who died from coronavirus

Falmouth Dairy ice cream van at Pendennis Point in tribute

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200922 | Coronavirus testing system 'isn't working' says council leader

Coronavirus testing system 'isn't working' says council leader

By Richard Whitehouse Local Democracy Reporter
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200922 | Two new areas of Cornwall reporting coronavirus clusters as positive tests spike

Two new areas of Cornwall reporting coronavirus clusters as positive tests spike

It comes as the numbers of positive tests in Cornwall continue to increase.  read more »

200918 | Media statement for Pilgrim's Pride food factory

 

 

 

Media statement for Pilgrim's Pride food factory

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200916 | Respect the rule of six to protect yourself and others | Information sent on behalf of Devon and Cornwall Police

Information sent on behalf of Devon and Cornwall Police
Respect the rule of six to protect yourself and others

Latest coronavirus regulations

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200916 | Frustration over 'farcical' and 'inadequate' COVID-19 testing in Cornwall

Frustration over 'farcical' and 'inadequate' COVID-19 testing in Cornwall

“We’ve heard cases of people being asked to travel miles out of Cornwall for a test, or having to wait more than a week for the results – neither of which is remotely acceptable"  read more »

200916 | 'Urgent changes' needed to Covid testing says council as some forced out of Cornwall

14th September

Cornwall coronavirus testing bad experience - contact council

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200916 | Cornwall and Devon GPs criticise 'inadequate' testing capacity as locals are offered tests in Aberdeen and Cardiff

Cornwall and Devon GPs criticise 'inadequate' testing capacity as locals are offered tests in Aberdeen and Cardiff

Dr Bruce Hughes and Dr Will Hynds said some people living in Cornwall and Devon have been offered tests at centres as far away as Cardiff and Aberdeen  read more »

200911 | Public Health ask residents to follow new rules from Monday to keep cases low in Cornwall

Public Health ask residents to follow new rules from Monday to keep cases low in Cornwall

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200904 | Cornwall coronavirus testing emergency cover amid national issues

Cornwall coronavirus testing emergency cover amid national issues

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200903 | Government withdraws Covid-19 testing capacity from Cornwall

Government withdraws Covid-19 testing capacity from Cornwall in bid to fight the Coronavirus elsewhere

Posted By Anne North on 4th September 2020

By Anne North  read more »

200902 | Police and crime commissioners are urging people to take 60 seconds to influence Government policy on roads policing.

Commissioner's newsletter: August edition

Police commissioners seek public views on road safety

Police and crime commissioners are urging people to take 60 seconds to influence Government policy on roads policing.

Alison Hernandez, the national PCC lead on road safety, has asked the other 41 commissioners in England and Wales to support and promote a survey so results can be fed into a Department for Transport Call for Evidence.

She is hoping for a significant response to what is believed to be the first national poll co-ordinated by PCCs.

The poll, which can be found here, is open until 30 September 2020.
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200823 | Holiday park worker in Cornwall writes open letter to rude tourists after being left in tears Beth says number of visi

Padstow on a busy summers day in July 2020
Everyone was doing their best to keep a distance but it was not always possible

Holiday park worker in Cornwall writes open letter to rude tourists after being left in tears

Beth says a number of visitors believe Cornwall is immune from COVID-19  read more »

200725 | Trying to keep my distance in a Cornish town left me weighing up the lives of strangers: Opinion Is it really possible

Padstow on a busy summers day in July 2020
Everyone was doing their best to keep a distance but it was not always possible

Trying to keep my distance in a Cornish town left me weighing up the lives of strangers: Opinion

Is it really possible to social distance in busy Cornwall town this summer?  read more »

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