Alert levels in West Sussex
Residents in West Sussex should now follow national lockdown. This means you must stay at home. On GOV.UK, you can find a full breakdown of what you can and cannot do.
#KeepWestSussexSafe; remember hands, face, space.
Cases of COVID-19 in West Sussex
In line with national trends, there has been a slight reduction in the number of new confirmed cases in West Sussex. There were 4,582 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in West Sussex in the seven days to 13 January 2021.
Further details can be found in the regularly updated summaries below.West Sussex COVID-19 weekly update (PDF, 905KB) (external link) West Sussex COVID-19 local summary - interactive version (external link)
Local Outbreak Control Plan
We have created, together with key partners, the West Sussex COVID-19 Local Outbreak Control Plan, as required by the government.
This details how local, regional and national organisations and responses will work together as a system to prevent and reduce transmission of the virus in West Sussex.
The plan is designed to help return life to as normal as possible, for as many as people as possible, in a way that is safe, protects our health and care systems, and supports our economy.
A wide range of partners and stakeholders have contributed to the development of this Local Outbreak Control Plan. This includes West Sussex district and borough councils, Healthwatch, Public Health England South East region and the NHS.