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Changes to services throughout the coronavirus outbreak


On Monday 19 July, England moved to Step 4 of the Government's roadmap out of lockdown. Because cases are still high, we have some key protections in place for some of our services.

We are encouraging and recommending members of the public to continue to wear face coverings, unless exempt, in all of our buildings and venues, to protect each other and staff. Helping to reduce the spread of coronavirus, this will enable us to maintain the provision of services for those who need them most.

And while the number of people allowed in buildings will increase, we are urging the public to continue to be considerate of one another by giving people space. This is in addition to continuing with regular handwashing, the use of hand sanitiser, which will be in place in council buildings, and ensuring mouths and noses are covered when coughing or sneezing.

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Bins and recycling

Births, deaths and marriages

Businesses

See our Covid-19 support for businesses information.

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Care and health

Council and democracy

Customer Services

Housing

Housing advice during the coronavirus outbreak

Leisure

Our Leisure centres have reopened for gym, swim and outdoor fitness classes only.

Roads, transport and parking

  • Durham City Park and Ride  continues with covid secure measures in place
  • Public transport is running but may be subject to timetable changes
  • Car parks are open - please use cashless payments to pay for parking where possible

Schools, nurseries and learning

See Gov.uk information on going to school, university or college