COVID-19 UK Update, Death Toll cross 36,000 includes a day rise of 338
COVID-19 UK Update:- According to NHS England, the number of daily deaths and new cases is showing a decline in London. On 19th May, the new figures revealed the UK wide death toll has reached a collective increase of 36,042.
Laboratory Confirmed Cases of COVID 19 as of 20th July, 2020
On 4th July, the UK declared a revised historical data that results in a negative number of new cases and an overall decline in coronavirus cases in the UK.
COVID-19 Update Guidelines
The governments COVID-19 advice today, which starts from 4th July and applies to England only, is “where it is not possible to stay two metres apart, guidance will allow people to keep a social distance of ‘one metre plus’. This means staying one metre apart, plus mitigations which reduce the risk of transmission.”
Live update from 2 days ago: Anyone who themselves develops symptoms, or who lives or is in a support bubble with someone or has been in close contact with someone who develops symptoms, must stay at home and report this to the company they work for.
If you’re an employer or self-employed and looking to return the employees back to the organization.
You need to check the Workplace COVID-19 Risk Assessment and Online Training to workers that help that stay safe at the office from coronavirus.
Apart from this, you need to check if you can claim a grant through the self-employed income support scheme. If you have been affected by Nobel coronavirus, find out who can claim.
If you are a member of parternship or self employed you can claim it on or after 14th July, 2020.
Coronavirus can affect your business badly because you are unable to work due to:
- Self isolation
- Are on sick leave
- Other family caring responsibilties
- And so on.