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Jonathan Gribbin Quote On Reaching 100,000 tests

100,000 lateral flow tests completed through our local Community Testing programme!

Through our community testing sites in Nottinghamshire and Nottingham, residents have completed more than 100,000 lateral flow tests!

It’s great to see the community working together to keep each other safe. However, there are high Covid-19 rates across the county, affecting people of all ages, so it remains as crucial as ever to keep getting tested twice a week, even if you have already been vaccinated, so let’s keep going.

Lateral flow tests are quick, free and easy to complete and can be collected from a number of testing sites across the county. They can even be ordered online and delivered straight to your house.

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Have you discussed the vaccine with your teen?

The vaccine keeps your teen safe

The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) has confirmed that all 16 and 17-year-olds can receive a first dose of the Pfizer vaccine.

Encourage your teenager to get protected and book their jab via their GP or find their nearest walk-in centre

There are resources online for children and young people which provide information about the Covid-19 vaccination. 

Vaccination guide [PDF]

Where to grab a jab in Nottinghamshire

Grab a jab

The vaccination programme in Nottinghamshire continues and if you are aged 16 or over you can walk in for your vaccination at selected sites across Nottinghamshire without needing to book an appointment.

Don't delay in protecting yourself and your loved ones against the Delta variant. 

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Respiratory illness in young children – what to look out for

Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)

In Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, like the rest of the country, we’re seeing cases of respiratory illness in young children. This is because restrictions have eased and people have been mixing more, resulting in higher cases than usual for this time of year, with further increases expected over the winter months.

Health experts are encouraging parents to ensure they know what to do if their child has a respiratory illness, particularly in young children. 

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Do you work in a care home? Make sure you're fully vaccinated

Working in a care home vaccination deadlines

If you work in a care home you must be fully vaccinated by 11 November 2021.

From 11 November, in order to keep residents and vulnerable people safe, all care home workers and anyone going into a care home will need to be fully vaccinated, unless they are exempt under the regulations or dealing with an emergency situation.

Anyone who goes into a care home as part of their professional responsibilities will need to show proof that they have been vaccinated. 

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Find out the latest Covid-19 infection rates in Nottinghamshire

Coronavirus Dashboard for Nottinghamshire

Between 28 August and 3 September, Nottinghamshire (excluding the city) had 3,197 cases of Covid-19 and an average of 386 cases per 100,000 population.

Find out the latest rates in your local area.


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