As of 4.03pm on Wednesday 29 July, 301,455 people have tested positive for coronavirus in the UK (pillar 1 and 2, see descriptions below). Of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 45,961 have died across all settings. Further information is available here: https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/

Announcements

Data

  • Weekly number and percentage of care homes reporting a suspected or confirmed outbreak of COVID-19 to PHE by local authorities, regions and PHE centres
  • The PHE dashboard can be found here: https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/  Our daily reporting includes deaths that have occurred in all settings where there has been a positive COVID-19 test, including hospitals, care homes and the wider community. The report also includes case rates per 100,000 resident population at lower tier local authority level. Also, positive cases from testing in the wider community (also known as pillar 2) at UTLA and LTLA level in England have been added to the daily COVID-19 dashboard. Although this does not affect the total number of cases in England, it shows an increase in the UTLA/ LTLA figures which have previously only included pillar 1.

Information, advice and guidance

Marketing and communications materials

Eid

Enjoy Summer Safely

Stay Alert

Local Outbreak Toolkit

New messaging focuses on clarifying the isolation message for returning travellers and the importance of completing the Contact Locator Form

Better Health Campaign Partner Toolkit

To help support the launch of this campaign we have created a partner toolkit that includes everything you need to start the conversation:

Campaign PR toolkit

TV advertisement, versions with and without subtitles

Social media animations. PR film and GIFs

Posters, A0, A3 and A4

Digital screen

Radio, including radio script  

Stay Alert

Campaign resources to support celebrate Eid safely, including:

  • Posters
  • Static social media
  • Communications toolkit

New face coverings assets, including:

Reporting an outbreak action cards (from the Joint Biosecurity Centre) to support business and other settings in the event of an outbreak.