MK outbreak control plan

The MK Outbreak Control Plan is designed to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in MK. 

The plan sets out some of MK’s areas for priority attention to prevent outbreaks, and the steps local people and organisations should take if there is an outbreak.  

It’s led by Milton Keynes Council in conjunction with Public Health England, and eighteen local organisations provided feedback to help inform it.

The plan will be updated regularly as new insights into the virus and its management are known. The Milton Keynes Health and Wellbeing Board will oversee its delivery.

Reporting concerns

One of the ways local people can help is by reporting serious concerns about workplaces and other facilities where social distancing and other measures aren’t being followed. Intelligence like this can help us to track and control virus transmission.

Please tell us when the breach of restrictions took place, and a full address of the site if known. Your details will not be shared with the person or place you are telling us about.

You can write to us at

We may not reply to all messages but we will read them all, and they’ll be used to gather intelligence so we can take action where needed.

Last Updated: 21 July 2021