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Covid 19

With Covid-19 rates still high in Brighton & Hove, and across the UK, the best way to keep yourself and other around you safe, is to get your Covid-19 vaccination. This jab is safe, and it’s easy to get. This link  will help you to book an appointment or else find locations and times of walk-in vaccination centres.

You may be eligible for your Covid booster jab, if you are 50+, or at risk, and it has been 6 months since your 2nd dose. You can get this at a walk-in centre, or by booking online.

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In the meantime, it’s important that we all try and stay safe, and get infection rates back down. National regulations have relaxed, however we would encourage you to stick to the following guidance when visiting the surgery or when in public places in the city:

  • Wear a face covering inside wherever possible
  • Stay 2 metres apart from anyone not in your household or support bubble.
  • Where this is not possible, stay 1 metre apart with extra precautions like wearing a face covering
  • Wash your hands regularly and for at least 20 seconds.
  • Keep public indoor areas well ventilated.

If you do contract Covid-19, you’ll need to self-isolate. If you’ll lose pay by having to self-isolate, you can apply for financial help. Practical or wellbeing support from the Brighton & Hove community hub is also available to help with everyday domestic tasks and how you might be feeling.

A nurse in PPE delivering COvid-19 vaccine supplies

Gypsy and Traveller people talked to Arch GP Tim Worthley, who answered questions about the Covid vaccine. Click through to view the videos.

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