Bringing Covid rate down key to unlocking things we love

Do it for Staffs Moorlands

Lockdown 2 has meant the return to tougher restrictions on our social lives and many shops, hospitality and sports and leisure facilities across the Moorlands being forced to close to help bring the Covid infection rate down.

Staffordshire Moorlands District Council is urging people to use this time to stick to the rules and make a real difference to the number of cases so that we can all start to return to doing the things we love when restrictions ease. The enhanced cleaning and other safety measures the Council implemented after the first lockdown have meant that many of the things that had to close earlier in year can stay open this time around.

Traders selling essential items such as food and drink products, face coverings and hardware can continue to operate, leisure centres and swimming pools are closed and football matches on Council pitches are suspended. Playgrounds remain open but events in parks involving more than two people cannot take place.

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