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Sussex Wildlife Trust response to Coronavirus

As the Rye Harbour Nature Reserve recently held its first guided walk in several months, the Sussex Wildlife Trust recently announced that they have achieved the official UK Tourism ‘We’re Good to Go’ industry and consumer mark as they slowly begin to re-open their facilities and limited events to the public. The trust recently released the following announcement.

Posted 13:29 Thursday, Sep 17, 2020 In: Covid-19 Tags: coronavirus covid-19 Rye Harbour Nature Reserve Sussex Wildlife Trust

Coronavirus statistical update: cases on the rise locally and nationally

Covid-19 is on the increase, in Hastings, elsewhere in East Sussex and nationally. At a time when the testing regime is crucially needed to track and contain the spread of the disease, limitations are appearing. Text by Nick Terdre, research and graphics by Russell Hall.

Posted 18:24 Tuesday, Sep 15, 2020 In: Covid-19 Tags: coronavirus Nick Terdre Russell Hall

Coronavirus statistical update: jump in Hastings cases

Coronavirus infections took a turn for the worse in Hastings last week, with several new cases reported, while the number of new cases in the rest of the county remains subdued. In England as a whole the infection rate appears to have stabilised at a low level. Text by Nick Terdre, research and graphics by Russell Hall.

Posted 10:58 Monday, Aug 31, 2020 In: Covid-19 Tags: coronavirus Nick Terdre Russell Hall

Coronavirus statistical update: test and trace finally goes local

The government has finally accepted that if test and trace is to work properly, local expertise and resources need to be incorporated alongside the centralised system, though there is as yet no indication that local authorities will be given extra funding to do local contact tracing. Separately the Department of Health and Social Care is said to be planning a merger of NHS Test and Trace with the pandemic response work of Public Health England. Research and graphics by Russell Hall, text by Nick Terdre.

Posted 10:14 Tuesday, Aug 18, 2020 In: Covid-19 Tags: coronavirus Dido Harding Nick Terdre Richard Parker-Harding Russell Hall

Coronavirus statistical update: localised test and trace still proving problematic

Despite the deficiencies in data provision shown up by the Leicester outbreak, and government promises to remedy the situation, reports are still indicating that the NHS Test & Trace system is not working as well as it needs to on the ground. Research and graphics by Russell Hall, text by Nick Terdre.

Posted 13:16 Friday, Jul 24, 2020 In: Covid-19 Tags: coronavirus Matt Hancock Nick Terdre Russell Hall test-and-trace

Coronavirus statistical update: Hastings – Covid coldspot

Ever since HOT’s statistical reports on the coronavirus began, it has been clear that Hastings has been relatively little affected, both in number of cases and deaths. There is no explanation for this remarkable fact yet, though investigations are under way. Research and graphics by Russell Hall, text by Nick Terdre.

Posted 21:54 Tuesday, Jul 14, 2020 In: Covid-19 Tags: coronavirus Hastings Nick Terdre Russell Hall statistics

Covid Spring, Hastings 2020

As the nation begins to ease out of strict lockdown, Marybeth Haas reflects in images on the juxtaposition of the pandemic forcing our habits to change alongside the unstoppable unfolding of Spring. She sees the pandemic as an opportunity for people to reflect, question and to allow more of their own true nature to come to the forefront, to reassess priorities and to  choose healthier ways of being.

Posted 16:47 Saturday, Jun 6, 2020 In: Covid-19 Tags: coronavirus covid-19 global pandemic Hastings in lockdown Mary Beth Haas Marybeth Haas mb haas social distancing Spring

Coronavirus statistical update: Have the five tests been met?

Further easing of the lockdown which the government introduced today is running into opposition from within the expert circles on which it claims its policy-making is based. To what extent do the latest statistics show that the five tests put forward by prime minister Boris Johnson for deciding that restrictions can be eased are being met? Nick Terdre takes a look.

Posted 16:39 Tuesday, Jun 2, 2020 In: Covid-19 Tags: Boris Johnson coronavirus Nick Terdre
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