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.A guide on the , written by the behavioural science team at Cabinet Office, lays out how government communicators can use a behavioural approach to design and implement effective communications campaigns, including on behavioural science application to local communication on safety in public spaces such as parks.The latest data and insights on vaccinations, cases, deaths, healthcare and testing are available on the for data and insights on coronavirus (COVID-19).Social media assets are available on the Public Health England (PHE) .A is available on the DCMS blog, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport’s blog.

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