Business support and advice
Support and advice for businesses affected by COVID-19.

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We're doing our best to support residents, businesses and communities affected by coronavirus COVID-19.

This includes partnering with community groups and organisations to provide food hubs, a sympathetic and flexible approach to council tax and debtors and support for businesses in the city.

We're also part of a wider partnership, the Lancashire Resilience Forum, which includes councils and emergency services and we are in dialogue with the NHS and Public Health England.

Together we are actively monitoring the situation, responding to advice and carrying out the necessary actions.

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Measures to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 in Preston.
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Updates and changes to our services due to COVID-19.
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Support and advice for businesses affected by COVID-19.
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Help for Preston residents in need at a time of crisis due to COVID-19.
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Help for those in need of support and how to become a volunteer.
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What to do if you have tested positive or been in contact with someone who has COVID-19 and support available.
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Advice on self-isolating and the Test and Trace Support Payment for those struggling financially.
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Who needs to get tested, where to go and how to book.
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Advice on shopping, hand washing and handling waste when self-isolating or displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
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How we're protecting our teams against COVID-19.

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