Local councillors have urged residents to continue to stay at home as much as possible.
It comes as last week the government announced a slight easing to the UK’s coronavirus lockdown.
Despite, the new measures, such as no time-limit on outdoor exercise, Crawley Borough Councillor Peter Lamb told Susy Radio the council are maintaining the lockdown as much as possible and only doing essential work.
Businesses in Reigate and Banstead have benefitted from more than £20 million in government grants to help them survive the Coronavirus pandemic.
Businesses have applied for grants ranging from £10,000 to £51,000 and payouts began on April 1. A second loan scheme, to help small and medium businesses with amounts of between £2,000 and £50,000, was also announced late last month.
On May 1st, the Government announced a third scheme, which is a new discretionary fund to accommodate small businesses with ongoing fixed property costs. Reigate and Banstead Borough Council says it is still waiting for guidance and funding for this latest scheme.