Zetland FM Local News - 30th May 2020
The total number of reported Coronavirus cases in our area has shown another slight increase since yesterday, according to official figures;
Police say they are continuing to work tirelessly to try to find missing woman Alison Danks;
...and it's been announced that all council-owned car parks and public toilets in Redcar and Cleveland will be back open to the public by Monday.
The total number of reported Coronavirus cases in our area has shown another slight increase since yesterday, according to official figures.
According to the latest figures published yesterday by Public Health England, there have now been 419 confirmed Coronavirus cases in Redcar and Cleveland, out of a local population of just under 137,000 people.
That figure has increased from 415 confirmed cases since yesterday.
There are have been 676 cases confirmed in Middlesbrough, that figure has also risen slightly, up from 673 yesterday.
Police say they are continuing to work tirelessly to try to find missing woman Alison Danks.
39-year-old Alison, who is also known as Alison Bishop, was last sighted on CCTV near to Outwood Academy Bydales School on the Coast Road in Marske at 12:22am last Saturday and has not been seen since.
Prior to this sighting she had been seen walking along Redcar Road in Marske at 12:10am and then along Marske High Street and towards the school.
Officers say that they have carried out a number of searches in the area, analysed hours of CCTV and dash cam footage, conducted door to door enquiries and conducted a number of other extensive enquiries in a bid to trace her.
Alison is white, 5’6” tall with fair complexion, green eyes and blonde hair tied up in a ponytail. She was believed to be wearing a distinctive bright mustard coloured jacket, blue jeans and possibly UGG boots at the time she went missing.
Anyone with dashcam or private CCTV footage which could assist the investigation or anyone with any possible sightings of Alison late last Friday into the early hours of Saturday is asked to contact Cleveland Police on 101.
It's been announced that all council-owned car parks and public toilets in Redcar and Cleveland will be back open to the public by Monday.
Due to the outbreak of Covid-19, car parks and public toilets were closed across the borough for several weeks. After taking a cautious approach, car parks and toilets will re-open as the government gradually relaxes lockdown restrictions on exercising and socially distanced public meeting.
Enforcement of Pay and Display charges will also resume from Monday 1 June, but the Council is encouraging people wherever possible to use the RingGo app, rather than cash at the machines.
This is to prevent the spread of Covid-19 as this removes the need to use cash or touch buttons on a pay and display machine.
Public toilets will have signage to ensure people follow strict social distancing rules, and regular cleaning regimes and inspections will be carried out.