From 19 July, restrictions are easing including no capacity limits indoors and outdoors.

Visit the government website the full list of changes.

The legal requirement for face coverings will also end, but we'd like to encourage residents to wear face coverings on our buildings, in crowded indoor spaces and on public transport.

Covid-19 cases are still on the rise in Waltham Forest, so please take the appropriate action to protect yourself and help stop the spread of Covid-19.

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Advice and guidance for businesses, employees and self-employed.
The COVID-19 dashboard shows the latest COVID-19 data available for Waltham Forest from Public He
Working with the government to significantly increase the testing offered in the borough.
Information on Covid-19 vaccine and advice on the priority groups to receive it.
Services and organisations available to help with things like shopping, collecting medicine, financial support, and health and wellbeing.
Help for those self-isolating including the NHS Test and Trace Self Isolation Support Payment scheme.
Government guidance on COVID-19 translated in several languages.
We're pleased to be working in partnership with Stella Creasy MP, Greenleaf Road Baptist Church in Walthamstow and Elim Pentecostal Church in Leytonstone, to deliver a series of vaccination clinics next week.
Information on the NHS Test and Trace service.
Residents who may be experiencing hardship, may be able to get financial assistance.
Help, advice and support for your mental health and wellbeing during COVID-19.
These videos tell the powerful and compassionate stories of residents of Waltham Forest.
Our commitments supporting residents and local business throughout the pandemic and planning for the future