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The Little Keep
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Lions Summer Fest
Tutankhamun Exhibition
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The Corn Exchange
The Old Tea House
Nick Billings at The Mayor's MishMash
Andy S & Andy W in Boro Gardens July 2024
Rob Mott, Steve Bulley and Dave Goulden
DTC 50th Anniversary in Borough Gardens 2024
Towards Dorchester from Ridgeway
Looking towards Weymouth and Portland from Hardy's Monument
Dorchester from The Keep
Queen Mother Square
Custom House Quay, Weymouth, England
Chesil Beach from Portland
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OB car and banners
Lions Summer Fest 05
Tutankhamun Exhibition
Way signboard
Judge Jeffreys
Corn Exchange
Old Tea House
Nick Billings at The Mayor's MishMash
Andy S & Andy W in Boro Gardens July 2024
Rob Mott, Steve Bulley and Dave Goulden
DTC 50th Anniversary in Borough Gardens 2024
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Hospital Covid-19 admissions continue to rise

Public Health Dorset report that confirmed cases of COVID-19 remain very high across Dorset. We’ve also seen the number of people with COVID-19 in hospitals continue to rise up to 254 from 182.

The public are asked to continue to take steps to reduce the spread of the virus, including self-isolating if you develop covid symptoms or test positive, washing your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds and, unless exempt, wearing a face mask in busy crowded indoor places, especially in healthcare settings.

As free universal testing ended on 31 March, Public Health Dorset are reviewing their data to ensure the information shared remains relevant and useful. In the next couple of weeks the measures used to understand the spread of the virus in our communities may be changed to reflect this.

Read more about how to stay safe

Latest update from Public Health Dorset

Covid-19 Update April 1