Keep Kingston Safe: The Kingston Local Outbreak Control Plan
Play your part to Keep Kingston Safe
The Council has published Keep Kingston Safe: Kingston Local Outbreak Prevention and Control Plan which outlines the role of the council, partner organisations, businesses and residents in preventing and responding to local outbreaks of COVID-19. It is vital that we all know our role in helping to Keep Kingston Safe. Please read the plan and play your part in protecting our communities from the virus.
Kingston’s Local Outbreak Control document (V2.1, published 22 August 2020) Download
The plan also explains how we will work in partnership with local and national organisations and businesses to investigate, manage and control local outbreaks to Keep Kingston Safe.
You can find individual plans for a variety of scenarios here, including:
Schools and childcare locations
Hostels and homeless locations
Primary care locations
Police custody suites
Universities and colleges
These plans are practical guides for our partners across Kingston. In the event that coronavirus cases emerge in your organisation, you should use the relevant plan for your setting and follow the steps laid out.
Keep Kingston Safe communications toolkit
You can help prevent the spread of coronavirus in our borough and Keep Kingston Safe by sharing messages on staying safe and getting tested with your networks. We have a range of posters, social media graphics and animations and information about NHS Test and Trace in a range of community languages that you can download below. You can use these materials in your newsletters, on social media using the hashtags #KeepKingstonSafe and #keepLondonsafe, on your website and in other communications with your networks.
Download the posters
Download the social media graphics
Information about NHS Test and Trace in community languages
Local data on COVID-19 (coronavirus) in Kingston
You can access local data on coronavirus cases in Kingston upon Thames, and much more, on the Kingston Data site (please note: the page may take a minute to load). This information is from Public Health England and is updated weekly.