News from Nottingham and the surrounding area.

Covid-19: Nottingham University & Nottingham Trent Students to Commit to 'Covid 19 Community Pledge'

Writing in the Nottingham Post (Wednesday 29 July 2020) under the banner headline 'Nottingham universities reveal plans to shut down student parties when term starts' Community Reporter Gurjeet Nanrah reported on plans by Nottingham's universities to use Community Protection officers to clamp down on behaviour, including parties in residential areas, judged to be a public health risk.

Nottingham University's First Students Return: Masks, No Bars, & Safety Reassurance for Students in the Time of Covid-19

On Monday 27 July 2020, Sean Coughlan, BBC News Family and Education Correspondent filed a story on the return of the first students to Nottingham University and the ways in which the university is reassuring students about safety in the time of Covid-19

Nottingham University's Quiet Overnight Hall of Residence

Gurjeet Nanrah, Nottingham Post Community Reporter posted a report on Thursday 9 July 2020 on Nottingham University setting up Lincoln Hall on University Park as a 'Quieter Hall' where students will not be able to make 'avoidable' noises from 9.00 pm to 8.00 am.

Nottingham City Council Publishes Local Coronavirus Outbreak Control Plan

Nottingham City Council has published on its website the 'Covid-19 Nottingham City Local Outbreak 'Control Plan'.

Public Health Directors Unveil Plan to Manage & Prevent Future Covid-19 Outbreaks in Nottinghamshire

On Wednesday 1 July 2020 Matt Jarram, Senior Digital Reporter & Crime Correspondent for the Nottingham Post reported on the plan that has been devised with key partners which sets out a framework to 'contain the virus', 'safeguard critical services' and ensure school and work places can 'flourish again'.