Warrington is now a ‘very high risk’ local COVID alert level area (tier 3)
Find out more about what this means and the restrictions in place, visit our coronavirus webpages for more information.
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A public broadcast via the council website will take place tomorrow, Tuesday 27 October, at 5pm in light of Warrington’s move to a ‘very high risk' local COVID alert level (tier 3).
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Warrington is set to become a ‘very high’ local COVID alert area, tier 3, from 00.01am this Tuesday, 27 October.
Warrington Borough Council has secured £5.9 million in coronavirus (COVID-19) support from the government as part of its move from a ‘high risk’ tier 2 area, to a ‘very high’ risk tier 3 area.
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Leader of the Council, Cllr Russ Bowden, has reflected on positive initial discussions held between the council and government over the prospect of Warrington becoming a ‘very high’ risk (tier 3) local COVID alert area.