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The number of Coronavirus cases in our area has again shown an increase in the last 24 hours;

Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council says that services across Redcar & Cleveland are still adapting to meet the latest Government guidance on the Coronavirus pandemic;

...and Police are reminding dog owners who may be out exercising them to keep them on a lead near to farms during lambing season, after a ewe and two lambs were killed yesterday morning.

 

The number of Coronavirus cases in our area has again shown an increase in the last 24 hours.

According to the latest figures published yesterday by Public Health England, there are currently 64 confirmed cases in Redcar and Cleveland, out of a local population of just under 137,000 people.

That's up from 55 cases yesterday.

There are currently 92 cases confirmed in Middlesbrough, a figure which has again risen sharply, up from 74 yesterday.

 

Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council says that services across Redcar & Cleveland are still adapting to meet the latest Government guidance on the Coronavirus pandemic.

The pandemic has had a major impact on the way the council delivers its services and works with local communities, and every effort is being made to ensure people have access to the latest updates and information.

The council says that priority is being given to essential frontline services and the protection of the vulnerable, with some non-essential services scaled back.

You can get full details on the Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council website.

 

Police are reminding dog owners who may be out exercising them to keep them on a lead near to farms during lambing season, after a ewe and two lambs were killed yesterday morning.

The incident happened on Stokesley Road in Middlesbrough, at around 11:50am, when a dog accidentally got out of a property and made its way towards a farm where there were a number of sheep and lambs. 

Now officers are asking people to ensure their gardens are secure and have also asked people who may be out exercising their dogs in fields and near to farms during lockdown to keep them on a lead, particularly as it is lambing season at the moment.

The matter is now being dealt with civilly between the farm owner and dog owner.


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