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A statement in response to plea to help stop the spread of coronavirus

Last Modified September 07, 2020
 

A statement from Councillor Morris Bright in response to this weekend's activity in Hertsmere co-ordinated by Hertfordshire Local Resilience Forum to help stop the spread of coronavirus.

Leader of Hertsmere Borough Council, Councillor Morris Bright MBE, said: "The last thing any of us want to see is the spread of coronavirus in our community.

"We have to continue to act to prevent this current increase in the number of cases in the borough from spiralling further upwards. We do not want more deaths and untold woe for sufferers and their families.

"Wear a face covering; keep your distance; wash your hands more frequently and for longer; and if you are showing symptoms or have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for Covid-19, you must self-isolate for 14 days.

"Thank you to all those who are helping to ram home that message in our town centres and high streets this weekend.

"Let's work together to contain this threat and keep our community safe and well."

To read the original press release from Hertfordshire Local Resilience Forum go here.

Cllr Morris Bright in a face mask outside Elstree Studios

Posted on Saturday 5th September 2020
 

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