A year to the date that the UK administered the first vaccine, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced a series Plan B COVID-19 restrictions for England.
Oxfordshire is set to become the focus of targeted COVID-19 testing activity following the identification of three cases of the COVID-19 Omicron variant.
People in Oxfordshire are being encouraged to do all they can to take precautions to reach the Christmas period free of COVID by abiding by new government restrictions in response to the Omicron variant.
The government is aiming to help contain the spread of this variant by tightening up the rules on face-covering in shops and on public transport.
Oxford City Council announced the four week closure from Saturday 31 July for enable the removal of asbestos debris found in the plant room that heats the swimming pools at the centre.
The £400k investment by Oxfordshire County Council will fund wellbeing initiatives for five to 16 year olds, such as swimming lessons, bike riding, dental care and hygiene.
The pool has been closed since 2019 due to COVID-19 but is now being cleaned and restored for the first swimmers to take the plunge on 22 July.
Despite delays to ‘Freedom Day’, organisers are going ahead with this year’s event, for fitness and wellbeing fans and instructors, based at Oxford City F.C., albeit on a smaller scale.
Anglo-American musical group SQUARE HALO has released an album ‘The Lyme Years’ to raise awareness of Lyme disease.
17 May and here’s just about everyting you need to know about what’s changed as lockdown restrictions are eased in Oxfordshire.
Oxford’s public leisure centres reopened to customers on 12 April when government restrictions on outdoor sport and leisure facilities were lifted