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LIVERPOOL City Council and its partners continue to take proactive community-focused steps to control the increase in positive Covid-19 cases in the city.
Thirty-seven cases were confirmed from 20-27 July, with 71 cases confirmed from 28 July–3 August.
The confirmed cases continue to be centred on communities in the L8 postcode.
As well as an extensive social media campaign, the council is partnering with community champions, community leaders, faith leaders and volunteers to engage with people face to face.
The council has also taken the following steps:
Public Health Liverpool will continue to monitor the data of confirmed cases and the measures being taken will be continually reviewed to ensure they are keeping the city’s communities safe and well.
Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson said: “We have been blown away by the commitment of the communities to look out for each other in Princes Park and nearby areas. These are proactive measures that we have developed with the community in order to save lives and I want to offer our biggest thanks for everything they have done to help protect our city.
“I make no apology for our city being bold with measures like these, so that we can avoid situations like those that have developed in Greater Manchester and Leicester where there are more severe lockdowns. We are keeping a close eye on the situation so that we can react fast, and locally, to help the whole city. We will all need to work together to look after each other.”
Liverpool Director of Public Health Matt Ashton said: “The increase in positive cases in the L8 postcode has underlined that the issues we are facing are not over.
“Although we are working hard on the ground in one area of the city, the messages remain the same for all of us: keep washing your hands, wear a face covering if you are able, keep socially distancing and if you have any of the symptoms get tested and stay at home until you get the test results.”
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