Update 15 September: The government has released details of their COVID-19 Autumn and Winter response plan. The UK's booster COVID-19 vaccination programme will start from 20 September 2021. Those who are eligible will be contacted by the NHS to come forward for their booster jab.
We are currently in step 4 of the governments roadmap out of lockdown.
Whilst legal requirements regarding face masks and social contact have been lifted, there are simple measures we can all take to help keep each other safe. It is expected and recommended that people:
- Get the vaccine - it's important to get both your first and second dose for maximum protection
- Wear a face covering in crowded areas such as public transport
- Keep testing regularly to help manage your personal risk and protect others
- Self isolate and take a PCR test if you have symptoms. Mild symptoms for you could make others seriously ill. Don't guess - take a test
- Wash your hands with soap and water or use hand sanitiser regularly throughout the day.
People who are double jabbed or aged under 18 are no longer be legally required to self-isolate if they are identified as a close contact of a positive COVID-19 case. For further information please see the governments update.
For international travel restrictions and isolation requirements visit the government website.
For a breakdown of cases in England visit the government's data website which is updated daily.
- Roadmap out of lockdown
- Symptoms and prevention
- Getting tested if you have symptoms
- Regular symptom free testing
- Testing for businesses
- Self-isolation, what you need to know.
- Support for residents
- Financial support for businesses
- Reopening the high streets
- Making your business Covid safe
- Support for community organisations
- Mental health and wellbeing support
- Self isolation support payments