Coronavirus - COVID-19

COVID-19 Government restrictions

The government announced that from 00.01am on Wednesday 2 December Cheshire East will be placed in Tier 2 'hight alert status'. 


Test, trace and isolate

You should get a test only if you have symptoms of COVID-19.

If you have been contacted to say you have been close to someone who has tested positive you must self isolate for 14 days. You should only get a test if you get symptoms.

A negative test result does not mean that you can stop isolating before the 14 days have passed, as you may still develop the virus within that time. You must self-isolate for the full 14 days.

Find out more from GOV.UK about how test and trace works and when you should self isolate.

See our dedicated pages for details on the support available to you in Cheshire East.


Council services during the COVID-19 outbreak

We continue to provide our services where possible see the web pages for each service.


Cheshire East people helping people

We are helping local people to support one another by coordinating the fantastic work that is being done in communities across the borough.

Tell us if you need help or can offer support.


Cheshire and Warrington request for resources from the Secretary of State

Cheshire East Council, Cheshire West and Chester Council, Warrington Borough Council and Cheshire and Warrington Local Enterprise Partnership have written to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care to request additional support to tackle rising COVID-19 infection rates.


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