People in Norfolk are being urged to enjoy themselves responsibly and follow social distancing guidelines as pubs, bars, and restaurants reopen this weekend.
There are lots of benefits to being active outside, and after months of restricted movement, it can feel great to head outdoors for some fresh air and a bit of exercise.
But coronavirus is still with us, and while some of us are ready to head out there are still concerns for many of us about protecting our health outside the home.
Children, young people, their families, and school staff in Norfolk and Waveney are to benefit from two further dedicated Mental Health Support Teams working with their schools.
The Norfolk and Waveney Health and Care Partnership (formerly known as the Sustainability and Transformation Partnership) has been granted funding for two additional Mental Health Support Teams which will be based in South Norfolk and Lowestoft. These will be in addition to teams that started in January this year in North Norfolk and King’s Lynn.
The Norfolk and Waveney Health and Care Partnership (STP) has been selected by the CQC to share our best practices and learnings during the Covid-19 pandemic. We are among 11 STPs that have been asked to contribute. Further information can be seen on the CQC website
As a system we are pleased to have been approached to share our learnings and good practices during the covid-19 pandemic.