Agenda and draft minutes

Kent Health and Wellbeing Board - Thursday, 17th September, 2020 1.45 pm, NEW

Venue: Virtual

Contact: Ann Hunter  03000 416287

Note: In response to COVID-19, the Government has legislated to permit remote attendance by elected members at formal meetings. This is conditional on other elected members and the public being able to hear those participating in the meeting. This meeting of the Kent Health and Wellbeing Board will be streamed live and can be watched via the Media below 

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Items
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355.

Apologies and Substitutes

To receive apologies for absence and notification of any substitutes

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Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Mr Carter, Mrs Chandler, Dr Chaudhuri, Mr Dunkley, Mr Goatham, Mr Gough and Mr Williams. Mr Walker attended as substitute for Mr Dunkley, Ms Graham attended as a substitute for Mr Goatham, and Ms Jones attended as a substitute for Mr Williams.

356.

Declarations of Interest by Members in items on the agenda for this meeting

To receive any declarations of Interest by Members in items on the agenda for the meeting

Additional documents:

Minutes:

There were no declarations of interest.

 

357.

Covid-19 Local Outbreak Control Plan pdf icon PDF 193 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

(1)  Mr Scott-Clark introduced the report which asked the Kent Health and Wellbeing Board to formally delegate the function of the Local Outbreak Engagement Board to the Kent and Medway Joint Health and Wellbeing Board.

 

(2)  A Member welcomed the comprehensive document and acknowledged the amount of work put into it. However, she was concerned that the appendices seemed to be a Medway based document and failed to mention district and borough councils. Mr Scott-Clark assured the Member that it was a Kent and Medway document and he undertook to review the report and amend as necessary. He recognised the importance of all types of local authority in making the plan work.

 

(3)  Resolved that the function of Local Outbreak Engagement Board be delegated to the Kent and Medway Joint Health and Wellbeing Board.