Suffolk businesses are being encouraged to protect themselves by getting their staff tested for COVID-19 twice a week, as part of a new campaign launched today by Suffolk County Council.
Businesses in East Suffolk, operating across all sectors, have been working diligently to comply with the legal requirements necessitated by Covid-19, helping to keep their customers, staff and the wider community safe.
From today (Monday 29 March), the Government’s ‘stay at home’ rule has been lifted, although many restrictions remain in place and Cllr Steve Gallant, Leader of East Suffolk Council, has stressed the importance of sticking to the rules and using common sense to stay safe and well.
In an open letter, the Leader and Chairman of East Suffolk Council have paid tribute to those who have lost their lives in the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as recognising the huge efforts made by East Suffolk communities over the last year.
Businesses in East Suffolk are being reminded that they must adhere to the national restrictions set out by the Government in response to Covid-19 after the owner of a restaurant was fined £1,000 for failing to close his business, risking the safety of staff and customers.
To coincide with the easing of national coronavirus restrictions which will enable a wide range of businesses to reopen, free 30-minute parking will be available in 48 of East Suffolk Council’s car parks from Friday.
As national coronavirus restrictions are lifted from tomorrow (Wednesday 2 December), shoppers across East Suffolk can now look forward to returning to the high street in the run up to Christmas.
Businesses in East Suffolk are being urged to adhere to Government coronavirus restrictions after the owner of a tattoo studio was fined £1,000 for failing to close her business, risking the safety of her staff and customers.