High Street Businesses Reopening Guidance
- Link to the High Street Recovery Framework
- High Street Businesses Recovery - Newsletter
- Face Covering Posters
- Eat Out to Help Out Social Media Toolkit
- Maldon District High Streets Business
- Burnham High Street Businesses Recovery Newsletter
- MDC Webinar - Guidance for businesses reopeing on 15 June
- Guidance on close contact services reopening
- Further guidance on grassroots sport and gym/leisure facilities reopening
- Guidance on performing arts reopening
- Taxi Drivers Top Tips
- Reopening Checklist for Food Businesses
- A4 Keep Your Distance
- Shop Safely
- Keep Your Distance Pavement Sticker
- Pavement Stickers Shop Safely
Support and Guidance
- Important Requirement Of Businesses And Venues Ahead Of The NHS Covid19 App Launching On 24th September 2020
- Free advice to small firms
- Test and Trace Toolkit for Businesses
- Guidance for food businesses - updated 26 June
- Business and Employment
- MDC updates (includes changes to our services)
- Physical and Mental Wellbeing
Contact details for obtaining support during the COVID-19 pandemic
|Maldon Community Coronavirus Response||Essex Welfare Service|
|Maldon and District CVS in collaboration with a range of community partners, have set up a service to offer support to yourself (or someone else in need) if you are currently self-isolating or restricting your activities, regarding getting food and other supplies (including children's needs), prescriptions, pet care, local information or social contact.
Please call 01621 851997 or visit their website.
|Essex County Council has set up a new service to help vulnerable people in our community who are staying at home and are in need of support during the coronavirus period. The Essex Welfare Service is for people who are unable to access the support they need at this time from either family or friends, or from their local district area support groups. Essex Welfare Service is not an alternative to existing services which may be overwhelmed with extra demand resulting from the effects of the Government's stay at home advice.
Please call 0300 3039988 or visit their website.
We are aware that residents are being contacted by an array of support services and organisations. Therefore, we are providing guidance on phone numbers which are not fraudulent and are there to provide genuine support. These are the numbers that we are aware of, there will be other genuine numbers that are available, and we will update this list as soon as we are aware.
Protecting yourself and others from COVID-19
You can spread the virus even if you don’t have symptoms.
For full guidance from the government on staying at home and away from others, please visit the governments website