- Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- COVID-19: Clinically vulnerable people (formerly shielding)
- COVID-19: Support with food and other essentials
- COVID-19: Support for businesses and the self-employed
- COVID-19: Guidance for reopening your business
- COVID-19: Volunteering and how you can help the community
- COVID-19: Domestic abuse support
- COVID-19: Benefits service
- COVID-19: Bins and recycling
- COVID-19: Births, deaths and registrar services
- COVID-19: Children, education and returning to school
- COVID-19: Council and Committee Meetings
- COVID-19: Grenfell Response and Recovery
- COVID-19: Health and Social Care
- COVID-19: Housing and homelessness
- COVID-19: Leisure and culture
- COVID-19: Testing and Tracing for Coronavirus
- COVID-19: Libraries
- COVID-19: Noise and Nuisance and the local environment
- COVID-19: Parking, permits and streets
- COVID-19: Paying your Council Tax
- COVID-19: Community updates enewsletter
- COVID-19: Reopening of community centres
- COVID-19: Faith group updates
- COVID-19: Planning and Building Control
- COVID-19: Related scams
- Covid-19: Hub Privacy Notice
Test and Trace
As lockdown is eased, NHS Test and Trace aims to reduce the spread of Coronavirus by controlling the rate of reproduction (R) and reducing the spread of infection. The service includes 25,000 dedicated contact tracing staff working with Public Health England.
You must take the following steps if you have Coronavirus symptoms or are contacted by NHS Test and Trace that you have been in close contact with someone with coronavirus:
- If you have one or more symptoms of Coronavirus you must immediately self-isolate.
- You then must book a test using nhs.uk/coronavirus or by calling NHS 119.
- If you test positive, you will be contacted by NHS Test and Trace who will help you identify who you have been in contact with and will gather their contact details.
For more information visit NHS Testing and tracing for Coronavirus.
NHS Test and Trace information sharing session
Kensington and Chelsea Social Council and NHS West London met with residents and community groups and have produced these FAQs.
Keeping Kensington and Chelsea safe
The Council will support NHS Test and Trace, by responding to any local outbreaks of Coronavirus should they occur.
The Council’s Outbreak Control Plan outlines how we will support Public Health England in identifying and containing any local outbreaks, identified by NHS Test and Trace.
The plan sets out how we will:
- Manage any local outbreaks of coronavirus.
- Quickly and efficiently respond to any patterns of Coronavirus as they emerge.
- Work closely with national and regional partners to ensure everyone who needs a test, has access to one.
- Encourage our residents to feel confident in using NHS Test and Trace.
- Protect our most vulnerable residents and prevent and mitigate any outbreaks within our high-risk settings.
- Ensure any resident who needs to self-isolate and needs support from the Council gets it.
Test and Trace explained
View this video to explain the latest on Test and Trace.
Outbreak Control Plan
Test and Trace scams
A scam has been reported where callers pretend to be from the NHS Test and Trace service and ask for payment for tests or try to take personal, financial details from you. Please see the Covid-19 related scams page for details.