Positive response to Covid door-knocking teams says Debbie Abrahams MP

OLDHAM East and Saddleworth MP, Debbie Abrahams, has been out and about with teams of volunteers, Oldham Council staff and councillors, knocking on doors to offer help and advice about how to bring down the high level of Covid-19 infections across Oldham and prevent a lockdown.

Debbie, who was a public health consultant before becoming an MP, said: “We had a really positive response from the lovely people of Clarksfield, most of whom were doing everything they should and were pleased to see us.

“Where there was any confusion about our local Covid restrictions we were able to help explain what they are and why they’re so important.

“The teams, made up of council staff, councillors and volunteers, were amazing.

“It’s down to their hard work that we were able to stave off the threat of a disastrous Leicester-style full lockdown, and this allowed our local businesses to stay open.”

Alex Birtles, Advisor to the Executive Chair, NHS Test and Trace, joined the teams to observe first-hand how Oldham was managing to get the information out to residents. Alex Tweeted:

One Reply to “Positive response to Covid door-knocking teams says Debbie Abrahams MP”

  1. could you answer my question if can I would be more at ease my daughter had virus then husband had it me I had cancer u can’t go out because I can’t walk that good my daughter ordered home test the nurse did it for me sent it of daughter Had to phone up WELL can’t find my results really I don’t think I had it no simtons but it would be nice to no yes or no

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