Latest Wiltshire COVID-19 cases
The number of cases in Wiltshire continues to be below the national average but has increased again in recent days.
The rate of cases per 100,000 has gone from 256.9 to 263.3.
Please keep washing your hands regularly or sanitising them, get your first and second dose of the vaccine when offered, and if you have COVID symptoms, please book a test and self-isolate immediately.
Thanks as always for your support.
Self-isolation changes from Monday 16 August
From Monday (16 August), if you're double jabbed or aged under 18, you will no longer be legally required to self-isolate if identified as a close contact of a positive COVID-19 case.
If you test positive following a PCR test you will still be legally required to self-isolate, irrespective of your vaccination status or age in order to break onwards chains of transmission.
Latest travel advice
If you have been in or through a red list country within the previous 10 days you must quarantine in a quarantine hotel for the first 10 days after you arrive.
If you have been in or through an amber list country within the previous 10 days and you are not fully vaccinated, you must quarantine at home for the first 10 days following your return.
If you have been fully vaccinated in the UK, Europe or the US (restrictions apply) at least 14 days prior to arriving in England, you will no longer need to quarantine or take a day 8 PCR test when returning to England from an amber list country. Pre departure testing and day two testing measures remain.
Are you nearly 18?
If you’re aged 17 and are turning 18 within the next three months, you can now book your COVID-19 vaccine online, without needing to go via your GP.
Congratulations to all Wiltshire students who have received exam results this week
Congratulations to all Wiltshire students who have received A-Level and GCSE results this week, you have all worked so hard to overcome the unprecedented challenges of the last two years and your success is well deserved.
This year students have received teacher-assessed grades and we would like to thank all our dedicated teachers and school staff who have worked so hard to carry out these assessments as fairly and consistently as possible.
If your results were not as hoped or you're unsure about what to do next, there are lots of options available to you and a great deal of information and support available.
You should initially speak to your school or college who can offer help and advice about options available to you and the appeals process.
Keep up-to-date with improvement works
Contractors working on our behalf are carrying out road resurfacing and associated works in a number of towns across Wiltshire.
You can also see the full list of all roadworks taking place in the county by visiting the One Network map and typing 'Wiltshire' into the search box.