The Census is coming on 21 March.
Information from the digital-first Census will help decide how services are planned and funded in our local area.
Census outputs inform where millions of pounds of public funding is spent on services like transport, education and health, and on cycle routes, schools and dental surgeries.
Everyone will receive a letter with a unique access code in the post, allowing them to complete their questionnaire online. Paper questionnaires will be available on request.
For more information, visit Census.gov.uk.
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COVID-19 UPDATE: What does tier 4 involve?
Stay at home, except for permitted reasons. This includes shopping for food and other essentials, exercise, education, childcare, collecting prescriptions, medical appointments, essential work, and attending a place of worship.
Everyone who can work effectively from home should do so.
You cannot meet other people socially indoors or in a private garden, unless you live with them or they are part of your support bubble.
You can exercise (unlimited) or meet in a public outdoor place with people you live with, your support bubble (or as part of a childcare bubble), or with one other person at a safe social distance.
Don't travel to other areas – it is not permitted (other than for legally permitted reasons) to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
Shops selling non-essential goods and market stalls not selling food must close.
Cafes, restaurants, bars and pubs remain closed but can serve takeaways, click and collect and delivery orders.
Personal care, hair and beauty salons must close, as should tattoo, massage and spa venues.
Entertainment venues, indoor attractions and leisure facilities must close.
Clinically extremely vulnerable people are advised to stay at home as much as possible, except to go outdoors for exercise or to attend health appointments. If they cannot work from home, they are advised not to go to work and claim any support where eligible.
Further information is at Tier 4: Stay at Home - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk).
Here are the latest rates of cases of Covid-19 in Oxfordshire.
The figures are the number of coronavirus cases per 100,000 people in the seven days up to and including 28 December, with the week before shown in brackets for comparison.
The breakdown of the figures by local authority area is:
Oxford - 340.4 (no change from 340.4)
Cherwell - 488.4 (up from 437.9)
Vale of White Horse - 294.1 (up from 216.2)
South Oxfordshire - 381.5 (up from 256.2)
West Oxfordshire - 251.3 (no change from 251.3)