April is Stress Awareness Month and with a reported 65% of people feeling more stressed since the start of COVID-19*, health and care partners across Coventry and Warwickshire are marking the month by providing advice and support to help anyone suffering.
As part of the full return to school, the Government is introducing wider home testing of eligible people with no symptoms.
The Leader of Coventry City Council had his first COVID-19 vaccination this week - and urged others to do the same when the offer comes.
The Lord Mayor of Coventry Cllr Ann Lucas took a COVID-19 test before going back to the office.
A new online platform is available for anyone over 16 to help safely and securely manage their mental health.
Parents in Coventry are being urged to take children for swab tests at COVID-19 community testing centres after Coventry City Council has taken the decision to lower the age limit.
Seven testing centres are now operating around the city to help fight the spread of coronavirus.
The COVID-19 Advisor Team continues to support and give information to residents, businesses and communities.
Valentine’s Day (14 February) is all about expressing love and care. This year, we all need a bit of extra care and attention due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two City Councillors have called on people of all cultures and backgrounds to follow their example and have the COVID-19 vaccination.
The Hagard Community Centre will this week become the city’s latest COVID-19 community testing site.
The AT7 Centre is set to become the second community testing site to open in the city this week.
The NAEC at Stoneleigh opened its doors yesterday as a COVID vaccination centre.
Coventry has been awarded almost £500,000 to help get COVID safety messages and support to the most at risk and hard-to-reach areas of the city
The city’s fourth COVID-19 community testing site is to open its doors tomorrow (Wednesday, 27 January).
Coventry people are being urged to do all they can to beat COVID as the rate of infection remains stubbornly high in the city.
The Leader of Coventry City Council today joined a region-wide call for people not to drop their guard as the COVID-19 vaccine programme continues across the region.
Four new COVID-19 community testing sites are to open in the city.
The new variant of coronavirus is now said to be responsible for over two thirds of new infections in Coventry and the West Midlands.
The Council Leader and the Cabinet Member responsible for education and skills have written to the Secretary of State for Health, Matt Hancock, urging him to make teaching staff, schools and early years and nursery staff a priority in receiving the Covid-19 vaccination.
The COVID-19 community testing site in the city centre is set to change its location this week to a new home at the Transport Museum.
A Coventry foster carer has spoken on national radio about the challenges and rewards of providing care during the pandemic.
A statement from the Leader of the Council, Councillor George Duggins, and Chief Executive, Martin Reeves.
The Leader of Coventry City Council has joined a regional call to increase COVID-19 safety measures in supermarkets and other businesses that remain open during the lockdown.
Those who find themselves alone or in need of support can enjoy a hot meal safely over the Christmas period thanks to Coventry Open Christmas.
A severe cold weather alert has been issued by the Met Office for the West Midlands with a 70% probability of severe cold weather/icy conditions between 0100 on Thursday 24 Dec and 2300 on Friday 25 Dec.
A partnership between Coventry City Council, CV Life and Culture Coventry Trust means community testing for Coronavirus is to be extended across the city.
The threat of a new variant of Coronavirus means Coventry residents cannot lower their guard over the Christmas period.
The Leader of Coventry City Council has said he is disappointed but not surprised that the city is to remain in Tier 3 of the COVID restrictions.
As we approach the festive season, we have a very simple message for everyone in Coventry and the West Midlands: The single biggest thing we can all do for our families and friends this Christmas is keep them safe.
Coventry City Council is backing care homes in the city by calling for more Government support to allow city residents to be able to safely visit loved ones.
As part of the latest national restrictions people who are identified as clinically extremely vulnerable (CEV) see advice below
As we move into the next phase of COVID-19, Coventry City Council, Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council and Warwickshire County Council are continuing to work together to help keep communities safer.
Coventry is to be part of a national programme to roll-out targeted mass coronavirus testing.
As the country enters a second lockdown, the Leader of the Council has called on residents and businesses to follow the guidelines, stay safe and help the city return to better times.
A fourth COVID-19 test site will open its doors on Monday 26 October, providing additional testing capacity for the city.
Teenagers from across the city have created a video to stress the importance of young people following COVID-19 safety messages.
Public organisations across Coventry have joined forces to call on people and businesses of the city to do all they can to fight coronavirus and reverse the continuing rise in cases.
Coventry City Council has teamed up with a talented young singer for a new approach to spreading the social distancing and stay safe messages in the fight against coronavirus.
Council leaders are becoming increasingly concerned about a sustained rise in the number of positive COVID-19 cases in Coventry.
Yesterday saw the launch of the new NHS Covid-19 app and now the public is being urged to download the app in a bid to fight the virus and keep each other safe.
Coventry now has a new team to help combat the threat of coronavirus and help residents cope with the many challenges it brings – the Community COVID Advisors.
A new NHS Test and Trace App is being made available for people over 16 to download to help to restrict the spread of COVID-19.
A new NHS Test and Trace App is being made available to people over the age of 16 to download to help to restrict the spread of COVID-19.
The Leader of Coventry City Council has today thanked the people of the city for their help in the fight against COVID-19, as the country marks six months since the start of lockdown and restrictions.
New laws prohibiting social gatherings of more than six people come into effect today (Monday 14 September) as the Government calls on the public to remain vigilant in the fight against coronavirus.
Coventry residents who may have visited three city centre pubs last weekend are being urged to be vigilant and seek a Covid-19 test if they develop any Coronavirus symptoms, no matter how mild.
The Coventry and Warwickshire Healthcare system is aware of issues affecting the national COVID-19 testing programme which are preventing people with symptoms from getting a test.
People in two areas close to the city centre are being reminded to follow social distancing and health advice after a rise in COVID-19 cases in recent weeks.
Young people across the West Midlands are being urged to stay vigilant in the COVID-19 pandemic, despite a slight drop in the number of new cases across the region.
People in Coventry are being asked to remember the stay safe and social distancing measures as they enjoy the Bank Holiday weekend.
The management of Fyffes Group Ltd has agreed to temporarily cease normal operations at its site at Cross Point Business Park in Walsgrave, as an additional measure to control an outbreak of COVID-19 among its workforce.
Council leaders today urged people and businesses across the West Midlands to keep following public health advice to reduce the threat of further COVID-19 lockdowns across the region, insisting: "We can't afford to drop our guard now."
A Coventry distribution centre is working with public health officials to contain and manage an outbreak of Covid-19
A third COVID-19 testing centre is to open its doors in Coventry tomorrow.
The region's councils today warned there is no room for complacency as public health teams continue their efforts to prevent further COVID-19 lockdowns across the region.
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted on nearly everyone’s mental health. For some people, the difficulties that have been faced have led them to thoughts about taking their own life.
The management of Tesco Arena Park is working closely with the Public Health team at Coventry City Council and Public Health England (PHE) Midlands, following 9 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among people working at the store.
Councils across the West Midlands have joined together to deliver a clear message to people and businesses across the region: We must all play are part if we are to avoid any future lockdown due to COVID-19.
A second Covid-19 testing centre is to open on 3 August in Coventry City Centre.
Coventry’s top public health official has warned people not to become complacent in living with the threat of Covid-19, following a small increase in confirmed cases across the city.
A message from the seven West Midlands metropolitan council leaders.
It has been confirmed that a Coventry resident has tested positive for COVID-19.
Thousands of people took advantage of the opportunity to cycle through Coventry’s traffic-free streets, as part of HSBC UK Let's Ride Coventry.