If you work for a public sector organisation you can sign up to DLUHC’s regular bulletin. This includes the latest government guidance, advice, communications products and other useful information about coronavirus (COVID-19).
To subscribe, please email LGEngagement@communities.gov.uk.
Business and charity support
Through the Plan for Jobs, the whole of the UK government is focused on protecting, supporting and creating jobs across the country as the UK emerges from the pandemic. Guidance and support on jobs is available for employers, individuals and businesses, as well as those who are business owners, self-employed or job seekers.
Compliance and enforcement
Council, public and community buildings
Funerals and care of the deceased
Homelessness and rough sleeping
Local government finance and funding
Local government remote meetings
Parks and public spaces
A guide on the Principles of Behaviour Change Communications, written by the behavioural science team at Cabinet Office, lays out how government communicators can use a behavioural approach to design and implement effective communications campaigns, including on behavioural science application to local communication on safety in public spaces such as parks.
Planning and building safety
The latest data and insights on vaccinations, cases, deaths, healthcare and testing are available on the official UK government website for data and insights on coronavirus (COVID-19).
Social media assets are available on the Public Health England (PHE) coronavirus resources centre.
A Check Before You Share Toolkit is available on the DCMS blog, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport’s blog. This provides people with the tools and knowledge they need to help counter false information within their communities.
Schools and education
Shielding and volunteering
PHE has published an employer toolkit for employers to support their employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine. This provides employers with resources to run an internal awareness campaign to help ensure their employees get access to reliable and accurate information about the COVID-19 vaccine.
The NHS has also published information on the number of COVID-19 vaccinations provided by the NHS in England.
A wide range of creative social media materials on COVID-19 vaccinations is also available on the PHE coronavirus resources centre.
Published 3 November 2021