Everyone is encouraged to download the free NHS Covid-19 App which allows people to check in, report symptoms and book a coronavirus test if needed.
Businesses and community venues must display Covid-19 app posters featuring a QR code for customers and visitors to scan. Customers will then receive an alert if they have recently visited a venue where they may have come into contact with coronavirus.
The NHS Covid-19 app can be downloaded from the App Store or Google play for free.
For more information, including resources for businesses, please visit Covid-19 mobile app
As part of our ambitions to help local businesses recover from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic we would like to offer you free of charge one-to-one specialist professional advice with a trusted and accredited occupational health clinician. Support would be provided on-line via a suitable digital platform , offering an opportunity for you to talk through any concerns you may have around working safely and effectively in line with existing legislation and current coronavirus (Covid-19) guidance. To express an initial interest in having a free of charge chat with one of these specialist advisors to find out more around any aspect of operating your business safely during the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, please email us at Business.Development@wolverhampton.gov.uk
These business support sessions will be made available by the council from 28th September 2020 onwards with slots available for up to an hour throughout this and future dates.
City of Wolverhampton council has set up a dedicated phone line to provide business support during the coronavirus outbreak.
If you need help with grant applications or have a general query, you can get in touch with us by emailing email@example.com or calling the business support phone line on 01902 290242 between 9am and 5pm from Monday to Thursday or from 9am to 4.30pm on Fridays.