The UK Government have set out its ‘Living with COVID’ plan detailing an end to all remaining restrictions in England. In this guide, we explain what this means for Nailsea residents. [Information correct at time of publishing. For the latest updates on local Covid-19 measures and announcements, view our coronavirus news articles.] The latest announcement marks [...]
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The Town Council has continued to operate throughout the pandemic and both the Tithe Barn office and No. 65 remain open to visitors. We are closely monitoring the latest Government guidance, and bringing in procedures and processes to keep both the public and staff safe. The latest information on the Covid situation in North Somerset, [...]
All eligible adults aged 18 and over will be offered Covid-19 booster jabs by the end of January 2022, according to the latest Government announcement. [Information correct at time of publishing. For the latest updates on local Covid-19 measures and announcements, view our coronavirus news articles.] There is an existing booster jab programme that encourages [...]
The way pharmacies distribute rapid lateral flow tests will change in October, with members of the public encouraged to register for a collect code beforehand. As we enter the autumn, the NHS are changing the way lateral flow tests are made available to members of the public. This is to help identify areas of high [...]
At the time of writing, 81% of over 16s in the UK population have been fully vaccinated. As we head into the autumn, it’s now time to start thinking about reinforcing that immunity for the more vulnerable members of the public. With children back at school, preventing the spread of Covid-19 through rolling out the [...]
Students in Nailsea can enjoy greater freedom and reduced disruption to their education in September, as Covid rules in schools relax across the UK. The recent relaxation of Covid-19 regulations has spread to schools. According to the latest government guidance, students will not have to separate into bubbles or wear masks but should still keep [...]
People aged 16 and 17 in England can now get the Covid-19 vaccine. As the vaccine roll out in England continues, the next age group can get a jab. Previously, only those aged 18 and above or who were at higher risk were eligible to receive their first and second jabs. The vaccine roll out [...]
Fully vaccinated UK travellers will not need to quarantine when they return from amber list countries from 19th July, thanks to the NHS Covid Pass. [Information correct at time of publishing. For the latest updates on local Covid-19 measures and announcements, view our coronavirus news articles.] This year we all need a holiday. The UK Government [...]
School-age children and their families/households are encouraged to get rapid covid-19 tests twice a week. Rapid community testing helps to find people who have Covid-19 but may not be showing symptoms, resulting in infected persons isolating and reducing the spread of the virus. About 1 in 3 people with coronavirus don't have symptoms but can [...]
Rapid Covid-19 testing is now available at Scotch Horn Leisure Centre. Joining Somerset Hall (Portishead) and Hutton Moore Leisure Centre (Weston-super-Mare), this is the third rapid testing site to open in North Somerset. Book a rapid test > [Information correct at time of publishing. For the latest updates on local Covid-19 measures and announcements, view our [...]