Advice for the Clinically Extremely Vulnerable

The guidance for the clinically extremely vulnerable has been updated in line with what was announced on Monday 22 June. You are no longer advised to shield and you can now visit shops, places of worship and other venues. You can return to work if your workplace is Covid-secure but should carry on working from home wherever possible.

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Stay alert, control the virus, save lives

UPDATE Friday 31 JULY. New measures were announced by the government on Thursday 30 July. These measures, which apply across Salford, Greater Manchester, parts of Lancashire and Yorkshire are to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.

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New Little Hulton Health Centre nears completion

Building work is well under way for the new Little Hulton Health Centre in Salford which is due to be completed this month

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A Coronavirus Mobile Testing Unit available in Salford throughout July

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As the NHS turns 72, we want to say thank you

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Updated guidance for shielding patients

The UK Government has set out a roadmap for the clinically extremely vulnerable on the future of the shielding programme.

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Online boost to diabetes care during pandemic

People living with diabetes in Salford are being encouraged to take greater care of their health as new online tools for managing the condition are made available by the NHS during Diabetes Awareness Week.

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Ingleside Birth and Community Centre re-opens for births

We are pleased to announce that from 1st June at 7.30am, Ingleside Birth and Community Centre in Salford will reopen.

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The quiet revolution in general practice: how disruption can be a positive force during a pandemic

A blog by Dr Tom Tasker, Chair of Salford CCG and co-chair of the Greater Manchester Joint Commissioning Board.

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NHS Test and Trace service is launched

The new NHS Test and Trace service has been launched to help identify, contain and control coronavirus, reduce the spread of the virus and save lives. Anyone who tests positive for coronavirus will be contacted by NHS Test and Trace and will need to share detailed information about their recent interactions.

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