The Covid-19 lockdown has been extended for the City of Leicester and some adjoining areas of Leicestershire, including the whole of the Boruogh of Oadby and Wigston (Oadby, Wigston and South Wigston).
The City of Leicester has seen a rise in Covid-19 cases in June 2020, so the government in Westminster announced on Monday 29th June that an extended lockdown would happen to try and control the spread of the virus.
The government say that the lockdown is due to be reviewed on 18th July.
Where is the lockdown zone?
The map below shows the boundary of the lockdown zone. A postcode checker is available to see if you are inside the boundary. This zone includes Leicester City, Braunstone Town (including Fosse Park), Glenfield, Glen Parva, Leicester Forest East (east of the M1), Thorpe Astley, Birstall, Thurmaston and all areas of Oadby and Wigston.
Local councils are waiting on extra detail about lockdown measures from the government and how it will be enforced.
COVID-19 is an illness which can affect your lungs and airways. It’s caused by a coronavirus. There are confirmed cases across the UK and it has been confirmed as a pandemic by the World Health Organisation – that means it’s spreading in multiple countries at the same time.
The links below provide further information on getting help if you require it:
It is undoubtedly an overwhelming, uncertain time for all of us – and taking care of your physical and mental health is important. The links below can help you foster wellbeing from home and provide sources of help.
We’ve added a new section for news from Oadby Liberal Democrat Councillors, including updates about local services and Covid-19. Some of the information applies across the Borough so please take a look.