Useful Information

For up to date information on Coronavirus from the government, NHS and other organisations, please see the links below:

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Keep up to date with important COVID-19 updates and the latest government information and guidance on the GOV.UK website.


England returns to Plan A as regulations on face coverings and COVID Passes change on 27th January 2022 - for details please click here

England to return to Plan A following the success of the booster programme - for details please click here. 



For the latest (COVID-19) Coronavirus restrictions: what you can and cannot do please click here


For information on using your NHS COVID Pass for travel abroad and at venues and settings in England please click here


To see the Covid-19 Vaccination: Guide for Adults please click here

To see an information on the COVID-19 vaccines available please click here.

To view easy-to-read leaflets Covid-19 vaccination leaflets please click here


For updated information for shielding and protecting people defined on medical grounds as extremely vulnerable from COVID-19 please click here. 

Someone is extremely vulnerable if they:
have had a solid organ transplant
have lung cancer, and you’re getting active chemotherapy or radical radiotherapy
have cancer of the blood or bone marrow, at any stage of treatment - for example, leukaemia, lymphoma or myeloma
have any cancer for which you’re getting immunotherapy or other continuing antibody treatments
have any cancer for which you’re getting a targeted treatment which can affect the immune system - for example, protein kinase inhibitors or PARP inhibitors
have had bone marrow or stem cell transplants in the last 6 months, or are still taking immunosuppression drugs
have a severe respiratory condition - including cystic fibrosis, severe asthma or severe COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)
have a rare disease or inborn error of metabolism that significantly increases your risk of infection - for example SCID or homozygous sickle cell
are getting an immunosuppression therapy that’s sufficient to significantly increase your risk of infection
are pregnant, and have a significant congenital or acquired heart disease

Government Coronavirus Information Service on WhatsApp: 
The UK Government has launched a GOV.UK Coronavirus Information service on WhatsApp. This free to use service aims to provide official, trustworthy and timely information and advice about coronavirus (COVID-19). For further details please click here.  

For all Government information:

For guidance on working safely during Coronavirus please click here.

For guidance for households with possible Coronavirus infection please click here



Think you have symptoms?
Do not go to a GP, pharmacy or hospital. Find out what to do if you think you have symptoms here


You can contact the NHS for help online here. 

Help from NHS Volunteer Responders
If you’re shielding and need help with essential food or medication, call the NHS Volunteer Responders on 0808 196 3646. Please get in touch now.