Coronavirus Update - Friday 12 November 2021
Latest pandemic guidance
Covid rates in Plymouth fell last week but remain above the national average for England.
To help keep the virus numbers heading down, please follow the government guidance. Click here for some practical tips on how to prevent the spread.
As ever, If you experience symptoms you must self-isolate and take a test. Click here for a free Covid-19 test.
A booster vaccine dose is still being offered to people most at risk.
If you haven’t been vaccinated at all, you can still find your nearest pop-up vaccination clinic by clicking here.
For the latest updates, please keep an eye on: gov.uk/coronavirus
How PCH is doing our bit to help prevent the spread
To help reduce the cases of Covid in Plymouth as we head into the winter months, we have decided to reintroduce the wearing of face coverings in some situations.
That means you may see more of our staff wear face coverings when going about their daily work.
We’ve asked that staff wear face coverings when:
- They arrive at a resident’s home – they may remove the face covering when working in a separate room in agreement with residents
- They are moving around PCH buildings
- They are sharing vehicles with other people
Staff do not need to wear face coverings when working outdoors or alone/at a social distance.
Our contractors will be responsible for following their own Covid guidance.
PCH services to residents
Our City Centre shop is opening on Wednesdays between 10 – 1 for anyone who wants to drop in about housing advice, pay their rent or make any enquiries.
Halloween pumpkin carving winners
A massive congratulations to Coren and mum Vanessa who scooped the top prize in our Halloween competition.
Their terrifying trio were the pick of the bunch! Read the full story here.
Thank you to all our residents for their spooky submissions!