The news you might have missed from Cardiff Council over the last seven days

25/08/20 - Increase in COVID-19 cases in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan

There has been a rise in recent days in the average number of positive COVID-19 cases within Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan, with a marked increase within Cardiff itself.

The current infection rate for Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan stands at 10.8 per 100,000.

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25/08/20 - We want your views for cycle parking in Cardiff

With more people choosing to cycle in Cardiff, the Council is carrying out a review of cycle parking in the city centre, to access the existing provision as well as identify new locations for people to safely lock up their bike.

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26/08/20 - Still here to help

Cardiff Council is reminding residents that services to help and support households who need it are still in place in the city.

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26/08/20 - Salsa Buena Cardiff brings its vibrant dance classes to Bute Park’s temporary outdoor courts

Due to Covid-19 Salsa Buena have currently suspended their normal dance classes in favour of dancing outdoors at Bute Park's temporary outdoor courts near Blackweir changing rooms.

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27/08/20 - Face coverings to be worn by all school based staff and secondary school pupils

Cardiff Council is strongly recommending that all school based staff and mainstream secondary school pupils wear face coverings when moving around corridors, in communal areas such as lifts, stair wells and toilets and in situations where social distancing is cannot be observed.

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