Leader urges residents to act now
The Leader of Medway Council is encouraging residents to act now in the fight against coronavirus.
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Update on Medway Rapture Gaming and Creative Festival
The most unique gaming festival the UK has ever seen has been postponed to May 2021, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Medway launches new online tool to report businesses flouting the law
The public can now report their concerns about a Medway business not following government restrictions online to Medway Council.
Medway’s COVID-19 7 Day Rate of Infection at all time high
Residents are being urged to act now and follow national guidelines as the coronavirus rate of infection in Medway is at its highest ever.
New job opportunities available in Medway
Medway residents can get paid this Christmas to help the fight against COVID-19.
HelpToCare mobile app shortlisted for prestigious award
HelpToCare, an app created in Kent has been shortlisted for the System Led Support for Carers Award at the 2020 Health Service Journal Awards, recognising its outstanding contribution to healthcare.
Message from Medway Council Leader
The Leader of Medway Council has issued another message to residents.
Continuing to support Medway businesses
Millions of pounds worth of government funding is available to help Medway businesses struggling as a result of the new national restrictions.
Residents invited to ask a question about the Coronavirus Local Outbreak Control Plan
We're encouraging residents to submit questions about the Coronavirus Local Outbreak Control Plan.
Help to protect adults this Safeguarding Adults Awareness Week
This week, the Kent and Medway Safeguarding Adults Board (KMSAB) is supporting the Ann Craft Trust (ACT) National Safeguarding Adults Awareness Week (Nov 16 - 22).
Have your say on the future of five GP sites across Medway
More than 27,000 Medway patients are being asked for their views on the future of the five GP surgeries they are registered with.
Protect Medway: Book your flu vaccine
Medway residents are being urged to book their flu vaccine and help protect themselves this winter – particularly pregnant women and young children.
Advice for those celebrating Diwali
We're encouraging residents to celebrate Diwali safely at home this year.
New local testing site opened in Medway
A new walk-through coronavirus testing facility has opened for those with symptoms to book appointments at Christ Church, Luton Road, Chatham.
Keep 999 available for emergencies this winter
South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SECAmb) is urging people to make use of the alternatives to calling 999 when they are not facing a life-threatening or serious emergency.