Last Thursday (17th December) the Government confirmed that York will remain in Tier 2 restrictions over the Christmas period. With the same restrictions continuing, York City Council is encouraging people to keep up the hard work while persistently seeking further clarification from the Government on how the city can safely move
York's popular Theatre Royal has received a lifeline boost from the Governments £1.57 billion Culture Recover Fund. The theatre won £236,522 from the Government pot, which will assist them looking ahead to the future. Executive Director, Tom Bird, said: “We are delighted that our application has been successful. The Cultural Recovery Fund
York's two universities have seen significant rises in the number of Coronavirus cases as they reopened for the new Autumn term, with York St John university having 82 confirmed cases and the University of York with more than 140 students and staff with positive test results. University of York (UoY) stated:
A further 109 coronavirus cases in York were confirmed over the weekend, following reports of a technical issue creating artificially high figures nationally. This led to delays within the transfer of positive cases to Public Health England between 25th September and 2nd October. The Government has said that the data issue has been resolved.
Across the UK supermarkets have been raided. picked clean by people preparing for the worst, isolation due to Corona-virus (Covid-19.) what started with the bulk buying of hand sanitizer and toilet paper has become much more. Supermarkets now struggle with the daily barrage of customers. How is panic buying affecting business? Some may say
York is known for it's thriving social environment, but the fears of Coronavirus take its toll. The Public Health England confirmed six cases of the virus in York. Placing it in the lower percentile of the 1,196 cases in England standing at 7.75%. However, other reports that have recently been announced have