Mansfield District Council are working closely with Nottinghamshire County Council and Public Health England to share key messages around COVID-19.
We want to keep the public informed of the latest guidance that we all need to follow to help slow the spread within our local community.
This is a priority at this time when the number of cases is increasing in Mansfield and across Nottinghamshire, in line with what is happening elsewhere across the country.
Our local ‘Hands, Face, Space – Keep Mansfield safe’ campaign reflects the national guidance.
I have attached our latest graphic so you can use this to create content on your own channels using the key messages below. This will help amplify the messages to as wide an audience as possible.

  • wash hands regularly for at least 20 seconds


  • wear face coverings in enclosed spaces where you can’t keep your distance


  • observe social distancing of 2metres (or 1metre with additional precautions where 2m is not possible) – this includes at home if you are mixing with others
  • stick to the ‘rule of 6’ for gatherings indoors or outdoors in any setting

Other key guidelines:

The Rule of 6
New laws prohibiting social gatherings of more than six people came into effect on Monday 14 September. The new “rule of six” means that – apart from a set of limited exemptions including work and education – any social gatherings of more than six people is against the law. Police will be able to disperse any such gatherings and fine individuals involved £100, doubling up to a maximum of £3,200.
The rule applies across England and replaces the previous ban on participating in gatherings of more than 30 and guidance on allowing two households to meet indoors. Now the only rule that people need to remember is to not participate in social gatherings of more than six people in any setting, indoors or outdoors.
Please look out for and share any of our posts on @MyMansfieldUk on Facebook and @MDC_News on Twitter.
Translated versions of posters containing key messages are on our website You’ll find general posters in Polish, Romanian and Lithuanian and one about car sharing in Polish that may be helpful to display in any business premises.
The Government announced that certain venues will now be legally required to display NHS QR posters in their venues by the 24th September. This includes all venues from the following sectors:

  • hospitality;
  • leisure and tourism;
  • close contact services;
  • places of worship; and
  • local authority venues.

For further details on the announcement please see:
Resources to help businesses prepare are available here
If you know anyone else that would benefit from any of the assets in this email, please feel free to share with them too.
If you have any questions, please email [email protected].

← Back to Business News