The number of cases in Richmond is actually low and, whilst this may change in the future and such reports are clearly concerning, it is important that people understand the local picture and can base their decisions on evidence.
Richmond Council's free data resource (DataRich) shows that in the week to 29th June there were 2 coronavirus cases in Richmond. As the data is updated on a daily basis you can track local cases here.
It is important that residents understand that whilst the current number of cases in the borough is low, the risk of coronavirus has not gone away.
To keep the spread of coronavirus down and reduce the risks of a lockdown in Richmond in the future it’s vital that we all play our part.
Sources of information
- Response from London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames
- GOV.UK: Coronavirus
- GOV.UK FAQs: what you can and can't do
- London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames: Coronavirus
If you have any questions or concerns contact us by the details below and we will work to find you an answer.
020 8099 5335