Conservative led Wiltshire Council can confirm that as of 26 June, in the Wiltshire Council area there were 584 positive coronavirus tests confirmed through the Pillar 2 testing programme.
A children and young people's mental health helpline has been launched in Wiltshire, Bath and North East Somerset and Swindon. The helpline will operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
A fourth adult in Wiltshire has tested positive for coronavirus
Wiltshire Council and Public Health England South West's advice following the latest confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Wiltshire.
Smokers throughout Wiltshire are being encouraged to safely extinguish their cigarettes and then Bin the Butt with the launch of a new campaign that aims to reduce cigarette litter.
Views are being sought on a strategy which sets out how people's health and wellbeing will be supported in Wiltshire, giving them the best opportunities to thrive.
Residents and business owners in Salisbury have said they are ready to move on and put the Novichok attacks behind them.
A new project has launched which will provide a range of valuable support to male and female victims of domestic and sexual abuse in the county. The Phoenix Project has been commissioned by Conservative-led Wiltshire Council and the Wiltshire Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) and will be provided by Splitz Support Service.
A recent and detailed review of Wiltshire's health and social care system has found that people receiving services in the county are safe.
The 70th anniversary of the NHS is being widely publicised and will include the publication of a Government green paper in July to coincide with this anniversary. Whilst the contents of the paper are currently unknown, it is likely that the focus on collaborative working to integrate health and social care services will continue.