If you have any of the main symptoms of COVID-19, even if they are mild:
From Thursday 24 February 2022, you are no longer required by law to self-isolate if you test positive for COVID-19, however, guidance still recommends that you stay at home and avoid contact with other people to help reduce the chance of passing COVID-19 on to others.
From 24 February 2022, you will no longer have to take daily tests or be legally required to self-isolate following contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.
Whilst the remaining domestic restrictions for England have been removed, the government have issued guidelines on steps you can take to reduce the risk of catching and spreading COVID-19:
You can now book your vaccination appointment online for:
Go to the NHS website for more information and to book your appointment.
If you’ve had a positive COVID-19 test, you need to wait before getting any doses of the vaccine. You need to:
This starts from the date you had symptoms, or the date of the positive test if you did not have any symptoms.
An NHS COVID Pass shows your COVID-19 vaccination details or test results. You may be asked to show your NHS COVID Pass to travel abroad or at events and venues asking for proof of COVID-19 status.
You can get your NHS COVID Pass digitally through the NHS App or the online NHS COVID Pass service by visiting the NHS website.
Tel: 01788 540860
Monday-Friday, 08:30am - 06.00pm
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We offer an online facility for queries.
This service is ideal for simple issues such as Fit Note requests, Test Result enquires, Referral enquires. It is NOT suitable for complex medical problems or if you are feeling unwell. In those circumstances, you should telephone for an appointment or phone 111 for medical advice.
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This service is for Non-urgent administration or medical enquires ONLY.
If you have a medical emergency then please phone 999.
Outside of normal working hours, please contact the NHS out of hours service by phone on 111.
NHS 111 can help if you need urgent medical help or if you’re not sure what to do. They will ask you questions about your symptoms, so you get the most appropriate help. You can also get help from their website:
In the event of a medical emergency call 999