Christmas concern as Covid-19 cases rise across Cornwall

Dec 21, 2020 | Coronavirus, News

Cornwall Council on Friday 18 December are urged people to keep their guard up as cases of Covid-19 start to rise across communities in Cornwall.

Members of the board, which includes the Council, NHS Kernow and Visit Cornwall, are now urging residents to stick closely to the public health guidance and think carefully about their Christmas and new year plans.

To read more on this please click here to be directed to Cornwall Council media post.

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