COVID-19 – CORONAVIRUS – LOCAL HELP & INFO
Local news, information and updates for the covid-19 / coronavirus situation for Fleet in Hampshire.
Last Updated: 26th November 2020.
National lockdown 2 in the UK begun on 5th November and is due to end on 2nd December.
When we come out of lockdown, we will be placed into a tougher three tier system. It has now been announced that Hart will be placed into Tier 2, with a higher level of restrictions. This is believed to last until the Spring with a review on Tiers in a few weeks.
The exception to this is a period of five days over Christmas where three households are able to meet. For more information on that click here.
3 TIER LEVEL SYSTEM
These tiers are valid from 2nd December 2020. You can check current area rankings with the Gov UK Postcode Checker.
A summary of each level is listed below for you. As of December 2nd, Hart will be in Tier 2 (High Alert).
Below: Other Tier Details. Click to View.
TIER 1 (MEDIUM)
TIER 3 (VERY HIGH)
Hart District Council hosts a mobile testing unit for coronavirus / covid-19 within its staff car park. The times and dates that you can access this unit varies and you must have an appointment (with a QR code specifically for that location) to attend.
All schools are currently open. Where individual case of covid have been identified, the social bubble in question has isolated.
To see what schools in the Hart District have reported cases of Covid in the last 14 days, please click this link and enter “Hart” into the search box.
So many people are struggling during these confusing and stressful times, whether it’s their own mental health, or looking after other people. The first thing you must know is – you are not alone. This is nothing to feel ashamed or embarrassed about, you are not failing at life or letting anyone down..all common conceptions by those who are struggling and ones which more and more people are feeling on a daily basis. It really isn’t just you.
If you need urgent mental health support please take a look at HDC’s Mental Health Support.
Here are a list of other resources which you might find helpful:
Mood self assessment, audio guides, help with stress, anxiety and depression and much more.
Advice and tips to help you look after your mental health and support others.
You must be registered with a local GP to use this service. Please fill in the form to receive treatment over the phone or online.
Confidential video counselling for young people in Hart aged 11 – 25.
Providing help and support for all levels of mental health needs from mild to severe. Support can be provided online or via phone from 9.30am – 5pm.
Specialist anger management support for young people, their parents, carers and supporters. For ages 11 – 25.
If you would like to keep up to date with the latest figures, here are some helpful links for you to visit:
LATEST LOCAL UPDATES
The latest local news related to covid in Fleet: (View all covid articles)
HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL UPDATES
Hampshire County Council produce regular newsletters on the local covid situation. Click below to view the latest updated information. Thanks go to Councillor Steve Forster for providing this information. (View all covid newsletters)
Whether you require help, or would like to volunteer your services, here’s a list of local organisations you can contact:
- Hampshire County Council Information and Resources
- Volunteer to help the NHS care for the most vulnerable in society.
- Community run group offering 24/7 help and support.
- Setup by MP Ranil Jayawardena to match local volunteer with those in need.
- Setup by Hart Voluntary Action for those who wish to volunteer to help or donate goods.
- Facebook group for local residents from MP Ranil Jayawardena.
- A simple app that asks you to login daily and report how you feel (whether unwell or not). To support scientists at King’s College London.
- Local community donations for the needy and vulnerable needed.
- Help, advice and links from Hart District Council.
- Hampshire Coronavirus resource page.
- Our Facebook group to stay up-to-date with the latest news and chat with the local community.
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