Dorset Council launch coronavirus newsletter for residents

Dorset Council is sending out a regular coronavirus (COVID-19) newsletter via email to keep people in the county, including Swanage, informed as part of its response to the pandemic.

The latest coronavirus news and information bulletin, which has just been sent to over 27,000 e-newsletter subscribers, includes guidance on public health, schools, waste collections, and essential council services. It also covers advice for businesses and local communities.

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The newsletter for Tuesday 17th March 2020 can be read here

If you wish to subscribe to future newsletters, you can sign up on the Dorset Council website here

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