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COVID-19: Communities need to work together to tackle risk

As the Prime Minister announced the end of phase one of the country's response to the COVID crisis, Norfolk Constabulary's Chief Constable Simon Bailey reminded residents that "there are still risks within our communities" and that it's important we continue to apply social distancing, in his latest video message.

Mr Bailey also highlighted how the constabulary's response will continue to look the same as his officers prioritise engagement, education, and encouragement to ensure that people understand the virus is still here. 

He also praised Norfolk as a county that had "responded brilliantly" and hoped that we would all carry on working together to respond "to the crisis in the way that we have".

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Can I now meet my friends and family? Do I still have to stay at home? For guidance on what you can and can't do following the Governments recent announcement, please visit for a coronavirus frequently asked questions section.