With coronavirus cases on the rise again, Greenwich Council’s public health team wants to know what it can do to support you and those you care about as the pandemic goes on.
The team are working their way through different parts of the borough holding community meetings. Everyone is at risk from Covid-19, but the risk is higher for some – such as those who live in deprivation, in dense housing, bedsits, people from black and minority ethnic groups.
Nobody knows this community like those who live here, and to make sure nobody is forgotten in Charlton, the team is inviting residents to a Zoom meeting on Wednesday morning to talk about what happened during the first wave of the virus, who missed out on help, and what can be done now to help people through the coming months.
Just as importantly, with social media spreading false claims about the virus, it is a chance to find out what is really happening with the pandemic.
Overall, the aim is to keep the spread of the virus as low as possible and to and help everyone stay protected.
The public health team have identified an area of Charlton they’re particularly interested in hearing from – see the map below.
The meeting is at 10am on Wednesday 28th October. All are welcome.
To find out how to take part, email kelly-ann.ibrahim[at]royalgreenwich.gov.uk and she’ll send you the Zoom link.
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