Useful Information

Including health and financial sources

Recent Changes

Updated 16 July

Call for Evidence - APPG Coronavirus

Donate plasma if you have recovered from Covid-19

How to make your workplace COVID-secure

Guidance on full opening of schools

Confirmed Cases in Norfolk updated 17 September.

From 2 July, pillar 2 community tests are included and not just pillar 1 (NHS tests).

Additional Guidance

Looking after your car during lockdown

Moneysaving Expert website

How to stay clean, safe and two metres a way from everyone

Guardian interview with virologist Dr Jane Greatorex and Dr Sonia Adesara.

Action for Happiness Joyful June Calendar NEW


Information for Volunteers Supporting Vulnerable People

NHS Coronavirus advice translated into 49 languages

Breckland: PPE for frontline organisations and PPE Supplier database

Visual Guides to Volunteer Shopping and Keeping Safe including a version to print for those you are helping.

Post Office Ask-a-friend cash access scheme: BBC News item and Post Office page

RSPCA: Walking someone else's dog during coronavirus

Volunteer shopping cards: Asda Waitrose Sainsbury's

Supermarket telephone order lines for vulnerable people without internet access:

  • Sainsbury's: 0800 917 8557

  • Morrisons: 0345 611 6111

ABI: Volunteers' car insurance

Information Commissioner's blog

Linguist Aid. Connecting multi-lingual volunteers to local community groups.

Confirmed Cases in Norfolk (expands)

UPDATED 17 September

Related statistics, graphs and maps

14 September 3287 (+9)

Source. Dates in this column are when published on .gov website, not dates of tests.

13 September 3278 (+13)
12 September 3265 (+20)
11 September 3245 (+15)
10 September 3230 (+22)
9 September 3208 (+4)
8 September 3204 (+10)
7 September 3194 (+8)
6 September 3186 (+7)
5 September 3179 (+14)
4 September 3165 (+8)
3 September 3157 (+12)
2 September 3145 (+17)
1 September 3128 (+16)
31 August 3112 (+17)
30 August 3095 (+26)
29 August 3069 (+7)
28 August 3062 (+5)
27 August 3057 (+22)
26 August 3035 (+26)
25 August 3009 (+13)
24 August 2996 (+3)
23 August 2993 (+3)
22 August 2990 (+8)
21 August 2982 (+3)
20 August 2979 (+3)
19 August 2976 (+1)
18 August 2975 (+12)
17 August 2963 (+2)
16 August 2961 (+4)
15 August 2957 (+2)
14 August 2955 (+7)
13 August 2948 (+0)
12 August 2948 (+5)
11 August no data
10 August 2943 (+13)
9 August no data
8 August 2930 (+1)
7 August 2929 (+5)
6 August 2924 (+6)
5 August 2918 (+5)
4 August 2913 (+6)
3 August 2907 (+6)
2 August 2901 (+1)
1 August 2900 (+5)

___ ≈ 5 day intervals below ___
30 July 2895 (+10)
25 July 2885 (+16)
20 July 2869 (+6)
15 July 2863 (+8)
10 July 2855 (+7)
5 July 2848 (+6)

2 July 2842 (+595)
This increase on 2 July is because of pillar two (community) data being included and does not represent a daily increase.

30 June 2247 (+4)
25 June 2243 (+3)
20 June 2240 (+10)
15 June 2230 (+16)
10 June 2214 (+11)
5 June 2203

30 May 2161
25 May 2124
20 May 2054
15 May 1983
10 May 1898
5 May 1697

30 April 1481
25 April 1268
20 April 997
15 April 754
10 April 486
5 April 279

30 March 133
25 March
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Children

Guidance on full opening of schools NEW

Government plans published in July currently disallow the use of face coverings in schools.

Free information book explaining the coronavirus to children, illustrated by Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler. Published by Nosy Crow.
Read online or download as a PDF.

Norfolk Safeguarding Children Partnership

See Something, Hear Something, Say Something Campaign

Schools, nurseries and colleges are currently closed to the vast majority of children and, in addition, children cannot currently visit relatives and friends, or go to their usual clubs and activities. This means lots of the opportunities that children had to tell us when they were scared have disappeared. There are also fewer eyes and ears on children, potentially placing them at greater risk.

Graphic: See Something, Hear Something, Say Something Campaign