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Coronavirus update

Statement made on 10 June 2020

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Statement

On 22 May the Government announced £300m additional funding for local authorities to support them to develop and action their plans to reduce the spread of the virus in their area as part of the launch of the wider NHS Test and Trace Service. This funding will enable local authorities to develop and implement tailored local COVID-19 outbreak plans through for example funding the recruitment of additional staff where required.

Today we are updating the house on the detailed allocation of these monies which has been made on the basis of the 2020/21 Public Health Grant allocations. This allocation formula has been chosen as that which best reflects the public health needs in local authorities.

This funding is for local authorities in England only. This means an additional £57 million will be provided by HMT via the Barnett formula for the devolved administrations (£29 million for the Scottish Government, £18 million for the Welsh Government, and £10 million for the Northern Ireland Executive).

Authorities to which grant is to be paid

Amount of grant to be paid

Barking and Dagenham

£1,566,647

Barnet

£1,599,177

Barnsley

£1,568,553

Bath and North East Somerset

£849,159

Bedford

£806,281

Bexley

£902,348

Birmingham

£8,438,988

Blackburn with Darwen

£1,366,942

Blackpool

£1,693,874

Bolton

£1,997,675

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole

£1,808,624

Bracknell Forest

£385,454

Bradford

£3,870,360

Brent

£1,993,129

Brighton and Hove

£1,862,524

Bristol, City of

£3,032,572

Bromley

£1,369,923

Buckinghamshire

£1,954,838

Bury

£1,080,413

Calderdale

£1,233,390

Cambridgeshire

£2,493,304

Camden

£2,460,643

Central Bedfordshire

£1,156,291

Cheshire East

£1,533,331

Cheshire West and Chester

£1,513,306

City of London

£146,484

Cornwall

£2,387,297

County Durham

£4,498,138

Coventry

£2,041,190

Croydon

£1,998,175

Cumbria

£1,717,862

Darlington

£778,834

Derby

£1,807,712

Derbyshire

£3,859,136

Devon

£2,618,508

Doncaster

£2,233,745

Dorset

£1,287,650

Dudley

£1,941,764

Ealing

£2,261,924

East Riding of Yorkshire

£1,024,000

East Sussex

£2,534,832

Enfield

£1,582,042

Essex

£5,783,212

Gateshead

£1,513,527

Gloucestershire

£2,221,773

Greenwich

£2,159,691

Hackney

£3,100,891

Halton

£948,538

Hammersmith and Fulham

£2,020,099

Hampshire

£4,789,993

Haringey

£1,862,362

Harrow

£1,020,258

Hartlepool

£825,809

Havering

£1,022,848

Herefordshire, County of

£845,091

Hertfordshire

£4,506,303

Hillingdon

£1,629,656

Hounslow

£1,467,891

Isle of Wight

£700,230

Isles of Scilly

£11,935

Islington

£2,430,588

Kensington and Chelsea

£1,932,848

Kent

£6,311,401

Kingston upon Hull, City of

£2,235,503

Kingston upon Thames

£940,711

Kirklees

£2,381,215

Knowsley

£1,595,940

Lambeth

£2,919,086

Lancashire

£6,367,420

Leeds

£4,141,249

Leicester

£2,489,071

Leicestershire

£2,309,000

Lewisham

£2,267,070

Lincolnshire

£3,069,554

Liverpool

£4,088,731

Luton

£1,425,693

Manchester

£4,836,535

Medway

£1,592,918

Merton

£964,982

Middlesbrough

£1,566,024

Milton Keynes

£1,065,306

Newcastle upon Tyne

£2,185,756

Newham

£2,843,060

Norfolk

£3,717,780

North East Lincolnshire

£1,049,417

North Lincolnshire

£855,156

North Somerset

£868,716

North Tyneside

£1,140,250

North Yorkshire

£2,022,805

Northamptonshire

£3,270,065

Northumberland

£1,528,975

Nottingham

£3,126,717

Nottinghamshire

£3,802,915

Oldham

£1,560,230

Oxfordshire

£2,858,487

Peterborough

£1,017,883

Plymouth

£1,402,003

Portsmouth

£1,637,748

Reading

£901,002

Redbridge

£1,279,157

Redcar and Cleveland

£1,076,223

Richmond upon Thames

£858,104

Rochdale

£1,591,757

Rotherham

£1,518,012

Rutland

£120,148

Salford

£1,975,758

Sandwell

£2,276,836

Sefton

£1,995,065

Sheffield

£3,101,989

Shropshire

£1,126,797

Slough

£689,507

Solihull

£1,040,717

Somerset

£1,925,972

South Gloucestershire

£863,029

South Tyneside

£1,250,300

Southampton

£1,571,231

Southend-on-Sea

£887,492

Southwark

£2,521,368

St. Helens

£1,328,091

Staffordshire

£3,634,365

Stockport

£1,473,704

Stockton-on-Tees

£1,310,997

Stoke-on-Trent

£2,084,370

Suffolk

£2,789,363

Sunderland

£2,219,966

Surrey

£3,477,690

Sutton

£920,329

Swindon

£930,733

Tameside

£1,419,817

Telford and Wrekin

£1,162,281

Thurrock

£1,050,883

Torbay

£886,457

Tower Hamlets

£3,220,464

Trafford

£1,156,759

Wakefield

£2,247,805

Walsall

£1,650,559

Waltham Forest

£1,478,904

Wandsworth

£2,541,671

Warrington

£1,136,884

Warwickshire

£2,137,781

West Berkshire

£540,345

West Sussex

£3,178,715

Westminster

£2,890,797

Wigan

£2,392,101

Wiltshire

£1,586,902

Windsor and Maidenhead

£435,650

Wirral

£2,733,018

Wokingham

£499,857

Wolverhampton

£1,920,236

Worcestershire

£2,752,192

York

£733,896

Total

£300,000,000

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Department of Health and Social Care

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