With the arrival of the summer holidays, Cornwall’s NHS is asking parents and carers to think about where they can go to get help if their child becomes sick or injured this summer.
Visitors to Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly are asked to check their medication supplies before travelling this summer and if they are caught short, remember that the pharmacy is their first port of call.
All our health services are busy right now. Play your part in helping us to care for people with serious and life-threatening illnesses.
With effort to keep as many people as possible safe against the COVID-19 virus continuing not 1 but 2 walk-in COVID-19 vaccination clinics will take place in Falmouth this week.
With the summer holiday a week away, Cornwall’s NHS is bracing itself for an increase in children with coughs, colds and respiratory conditions that are normally spread during winter.
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Hundreds more people who were yet to have their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine have now grabbed a jab.
If you are not getting enough nutrition to meet your body’s needs you will lose weight and could be at risk of malnutrition.
2 evening COVID vaccine walk-in clinics are taking place at GP surgeries near Truro and Penzance tonight – making it even easier for people to grab a jab after work.
Wannabe Harry Kanes are being urged to leave the tackles and headers to the pros and enjoy the footy from the safety of their sofa on Wednesday.
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