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Medway’s Severe Weather Emergency Protocol is in place
We’re working with our partner agencies to advise rough sleepers that emergency accommodation is available in Medway.
Temporary mortuary 'stark reminder' that everyone should follow lockdown guidance
The need to activate Aylesford Temporary Place of Rest underlines the severity of COVID across Kent, say experts leading the county’s response to the pandemic.
Medway to receive £9.5million government funding
Medway Council is set to receive nearly £9.5million provisional funding to further transform Chatham town centre.
Thousands access Medway’s symptom-free testing centres
More than 40,000 symptom-free tests have been taken by Medway’s critical workers and residents since this new type of testing was launched on 5 December 2020.
Medway Council services remain open
Medway residents can continue to access essential council services during the latest national lockdown.
New national lockdown: Statement from Leader of Medway Council
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced a new national lockdown for England
Update on Medway’s schools
Medway’s schoolchildren will learn from home from Monday, 4 January in line with new government guidelines and as part of a phased return of pupils throughout January.
Medway remains in Tier 4: Stay at Home
The Leader of Medway Council has issued a message to residents following the government's announcement that Medway will remain in the Tier 4: Stay at Home alert level.
New COVID-19 vaccine approved for use
The government has accepted the recommendation from the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) to authorise Oxford University/AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccine for use.
Task Force aims to keep Medway working
Public and private sector leaders across Kent and Medway have united to support those looking for employment and those whose jobs may be lost due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Cold weather warning - residents urged to keep well and warm
With cold and wintry weather predicted over the next few days and Covid-19 social distancing restrictions in place, families are being urged to follow advice on how to keep their oved ones safe.
Medway salutes farewell to the military
The Armed Forces have been supporting Medway Council to launch and run Medway’s symptom-free testing centres.
Christmas and New Year message from the Leader of Medway Council, Cllr Alan Jarrett
The Leader of Medway Council, Cllr Alan Jarrett, has issued a Christmas and New Year message to residents.
Holiday hampers for Medway soldiers spread Christmas cheer
Last week soldiers working as part of the Medway Resilience Unit (MRU) delivering asymptomatic Coronavirus testing received a generous gift from an Armed Forces charity.