Councillors from Dorset Council and Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole (BCP) Council are meeting on Wednesday 1 July to reflect on the Dorset-wide health and care response to COVID-19.
Antibody testing for healthcare staff in Dorset has begun to see if they have had the virus that causes COVID-19.
Sam Crowe, Director of Public Health for Dorset and Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Councils, gives an update on the latest COVID-19 data and what this means for Dorset.
Organisations across Dorset are yet again urging people who are visiting Dorset and those that live here to think carefully about where they are going and if it is safe to do so.
A new NHS Test and Trace system has been launched across England to help identify those who have had close contact with people who have tested positive for coronavirus.
Dorset leaders ask for the public to use common sense and to ‘think twice’ before rushing to Dorset.
Frontline staff from across Dorset are joining together thanking people for following social distancing guidelines and staying at home.
Friday 8 May marks the 75th anniversary of VE Day – the official end of the Second World War in Europe, and we want everyone to commemorate this special day safely.
The Dorset Local Resilience Forum is made up of wide range of emergency services to keep the public safe.
Public Health Dorset and partners are working together to get prescribed medicine to vulnerable residents.
Some families across Dorset are able to apply for help to buy fresh fruit, vegetables and milk
A drive-through coronavirus testing facility for NHS and other key workers is to open at Creekmoor Park and Ride in Poole.
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