Blue lights for the NHS on Blackpool Tower

 

Well done the Cambridge group for managing to get their MP on a Zoom meeting!  We hope it goes well – an idea for some other groups maybe?

 

Remember that this week’s training webinar is tomorrow at 2, discussing Money Matters with Dan Hill.  You can register here.

 

In case you missed the link for the risk assessment, you can access it here.  And the handout on how to carry out a risk assessment here.

 

Thanks to our Road Safety Advisor, Graham Feest for sending in this quote from the World Health Organisation on Asymptomatic CV19 – “World Health Organisation officials have cast doubt on the assumption that the spread of coronavirus is being driven by asymptomatic transmission. Evidence from earlier outbreaks of the virus suggested that people who had no symptoms or had yet to develop them were an important source of infection to others. But the WHO has now said that while Covid-19 can be passed on that way, it is not the main method of transmission. Dr Maria Van Kerkhove, head of the organisation’s diseases and zoonosis unit, said at yesterday’s press conference: ‘From the data we have, it still seems to be rare that an asymptomatic person actually transmits onward to a secondary individual. It’s very rare.’

 

 

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Whilst our newsflashes are normally a benefit of membership of the ADINJC, during this national emergency we want to share information as widely as possible, so please feel free to pass this on.  We are stronger together.

 

The NJC continues to be dedicated to help you in these challenging times and we hope you and your loved ones stay safe and healthy.  Please feel free to contact us for help and support.

 

ADINJC’s helpline is 0800 8202 444

The Secretary’s number is 07855 453414

HMRC Helpline:  0800 0159 559

Citizens Advice Bureau – https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/health/coronavirus-what-it-means-for-you/

You can sign up to receive Government updates on Coronavirus relating to driving tests here.

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