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Coronavirus

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 24 January 2022, Public Health England reported 323, 764 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Lancashire - see regional breakdown of cases in England

Find out what the government is doing to tackle coronavirus.

What do I need to know

Find out how you can help prevent the virus, what symptoms to look out for, and the test and trace service.

Our services

Some of our services have been affected by coronavirus, and there will be some changes to what we are able to provide.

Coronavirus testing

Find out how you can get a Coronavirus test in Lancashire.

Vaccinations

Find out when and how to get your Covid vaccinations.

Help for residents

Working closely with partners, community and voluntary sectors to provide help to those who need it.

Advice and guidance

Guidance about coronavirus from the county council, Public Health England and government departments.

Plan B restrictions lifted

Government has announced that measures put in place under Plan B in England will be lifted.

From 19 Jan: You are no longer asked to work from home
From 20 Jan: Those in schools and colleges are not required to wear a face covering in classrooms
From 27 Jan: 

  • You are not be required to wear a face covering by law
  • You no longer need to show your NHS COVID Pass at venues by law

Let's keep Lancashire safe

Continue to follow safer behaviours to protect yourself and others:

  • Get vaccinated and get your booster dose.
  • Continue to wear a face covering in crowded and indoor spaces where you may come into contact with people you do not normally meet.
  • Let fresh air in if you meet indoors.
  • Get tested and self-isolate if required.

Coronavirus information: alternative formats

For details of resources where you can find coronavirus information in alternative formats see our Coronavirus information: alternative formats page.

Facts and figures