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With restrictions set to ease, people are invited to watch Wiltshire Council webinar

The virtual update will take place via Microsoft Teams on 15 July from 6pm

Published 8 July 2021
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With the easing of national restrictions set for 19 July, Wiltshire Council is hosting a webinar to keep people as up to date as possible on what to expect when changes come into place.

The virtual update will take place via Microsoft Teams on 15 July from 6pm and the link to join-in can be accessed at https://bit.ly/2URXbXP. For those who can't attend on the night, a recording will be available as soon as possible after the meeting.

Wiltshire Council Leader Cllr Richard Clewer will be joined by Terence Herbert, Chief Executive of Wiltshire Council and Kate Blackburn, Director of Public Health for Wiltshire, to talk residents through the latest information and answer questions.

The Government has confirmed that the country is still on track to remove many of the final existing national restrictions from 19 July. With local COVID-19 cases steadily rising recently, the council see this as a good time to host another in its series of public updates to ensure people have all the information they need.

There will be updates on any changes to local services and implications for businesses when the final phase of the roadmap is brought in, as well as the latest public health information to ensure people continue to keep themselves and their loved ones safe.

Wiltshire Council Chief Executive, Terence Herbert, who will be one of the webinar's speakers, said: "We're aware that so much guidance is available, but our series of public updates have been well received by residents as we aim to cut through all of the speculation.

"We're at a pivotal time of this pandemic, so now more than ever we need to ensure we have all the clear information we need to be able to make informed choices about our lives. I'd encourage everyone to log-on and tune-in if they can".

People's questions will also be answered during the event, and if anyone would like to submit any in advance they should email them to communications@wiltshire.gov.uk by 3pm on 14 July.

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Published 8 July 2021