We continue to work with colleagues in the NHS and Public Health England to do everything we can to delay the spread of coronavirus and ensure the people of Lancashire are protected.
As of 25 July 2021, Public Health England reported 135, 714 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Lancashire - see regional breakdown of cases in England.
Find out how you can help prevent the virus, what symptoms to look out for, and the test and trace service.
Some of our services have been affected by coronavirus, and there will be some changes to what we are able to provide.
Find out how you can get a Coronavirus test in Lancashire.
Working closely with partners, community and voluntary sectors to provide help to those who need it.
Guidance about coronavirus from the county council, Public Health England and government departments.
Covid cases are rising rapidly in parts of Lancashire, so you are being urged to continue to look out for each other and take sensible steps to keep Lancashire safe. Extra support is in place, so please make sure you:
- Get a PCR test, if you have any symptoms
- Regular testing, even if you don’t have symptoms
- Get your vaccine (if eligible)
Find out what support is available if you are affected by Covid-19.
Latest news and updates
19 Jul 21: Calls for residents to be sensible and look out for each other
8 Jul 21: Voucher scheme lifeline for families who receive free school meals
7 Jul 21: Recovery fund is creating new jobs and growth
5 Jul 21: Dir. of Public Health responds to lifting of restrictions on 19 July