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Coronavirus news and updates

We are supporting the nation's efforts to stop the spread of coronavirus, while running our most critical services that our residents rely on, including some of the most vulnerable. 

We are working with Public Health England, the NHS and a wide range of partners to ensure we're doing everything we can, in line with the government advice, and urging our residents to do the same.

There have been a vast number of changes to our services in recent months as we respond to this  situation. We are regularly publishing updates and advice at www.towerhamlets.gov.uk/coronavirus 

We are also sharing updates with our subscribers in regular, comprehensive emails, and publishing stories on social media using #TowerHamletsTogether.

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Remember, there are things we all must do differently in order to protect ourselves and others. It is vital that we all follow government and NHS advice. This means staying at home, protecting our NHS and saving lives.

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It's been heartening to see so many wonderful people and organisations stepping up to help those who need it as we all work together to tackle coronavirus.

In Tower Hamlets, the volunteer response has been second to none and we're very grateful for all the individuals and groups putting their hands up to help through the Tower Hamlets Volunteer Centre. 

If you're helping in the community, why not take a moment to share a photo or a story on social media using the hashtag #TowerHamletsTogether?

It could be anything from displaying your child's rainbow drawing in your window to dropping off essential supplies to a neighbour, or maybe you're a small business or organisation supporting people in a different way. Every little gesture will help us get through this together.

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