Information on coronavirus
See latest local guidance on restrictions, social distancing and testing to help keep yourself and others safe.Latest guidance and health advice
Luton’s Director of Public Health
Make sure you understand and follow the latest advice to protect yourselves and others.
Information on coronavirus Test and Trace support payment
Sign up as a Covid-19 Community Champion and help keep your friends, families and community safe
Find out about grants, loans, business rates relief and guidance for keeping your staff and customers safe.
Guidance on benefits, money, work and Council Tax.
Our local outbreak control plan details how we will work together to protect the health and wellbeing of Luton’s population by preventing and managing transmission and outbreaks of COVID-19.
Other important Information such as local data, advice for religious and faith groups, inter-generational households, travel advice, translated resources and other useful links.
Information on school closures and important information about Luton’s educational establishments.
See the latest local data relating to Covid-19 cases and deaths in Luton. This information will be updated weekly.
We can put you in touch with local groups, organisations and volunteers to get the supplies you need if you're self isolating.
Coronavirus and its impact can create worry and stress for many people. See guidance on looking after yourself. Includes support for anyone affected by domestic abuse.
New changes in place in the town centre to ensure it is as safe as it can be for everyone including; new signage, floor markings and hand sanitising points.
Read about the wonderful acts of kindness across our communities to support people through the Covid-19 crisis.
Find out about the new hotline launched to report COVID fraudsters.
New local COVID alert levels in England
Test and Trace support payment
We have updated our coronavirus guidance page following confirmation that Luton is now classified as an ‘area of concern’.
This includes a new video message from Gerry Taylor, Luton’s Director of Public Health.
See the latest edition of e-luton with update from Gerry Taylor, public director of health.
Guidance for parents and guardians on booking tests for children