Added on 16 June 2021, in News - COVID-19 vaccine
People from across Cornwall and Isles of Scilly have welcomed the news that the over 40s will receive their second dose of the vaccine sooner.
Added on 2 June 2021, in News - G7
The NHS in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly is urging the public to prepare for some changes to health services ahead of next week’s G7 summit in Carbis Bay.
Added on 27 May 2021, in News - COVID-19 vaccine
More than 90 fishermen turned up for the first pop-up clinic in the Duchy dedicated to delivering the vaccine to fishermen, held in Newlyn.
Added on 24 May 2021, in News - Choose well
A mum who called 111 has described how the service saved her from dashing the poorly toddler to the emergency department.
Added on 24 May 2021, in News - General news
Health and Social Care Secretary, Matt Hancock has today (Monday 24 May 2021) taken a whistle-stop tour of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
Added on 13 May 2021, in News - Long term conditions
Dr Allison Hibbert, clinical lead for dementia, reflects on the resilience of the dementia community through the pandemic.
Added on 12 May 2021, in News - Choose well
We’ve joined forces with Visit Cornwall to ask people to help us to help you ahead of what’s expected to be the Duchy’s busiest summer.
Added on 12 May 2021, in News - COVID-19 vaccine
With nearly three quarters of people in their 40s having already received their first jab, the NHS is opening up to people aged 38 and 39.
Added on 11 May 2021, in Event - Events
To mark dementia action week the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly dementia partnership board have arranged a programme of events.
Added on 10 May 2021, in News - Mental health
People are being reminded of the positive impact the natural world can have on mental wellbeing during mental health awareness week.
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