The NHS in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly has moved to the next stage of its COVID-19 vaccine roll-out – meaning more people than ever before are now eligible to get protected.
Cornwall Council, NHS Kernow and Volunteer Cornwall are reassuring all clinically extremely vulnerable residents that support is available as more people are asked to shield as part of new government guidelines.
People living in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly who are aged 70 and over who have not yet received their COVID vaccine are being asked to make their appointment for a vaccination today.
Cornwall’s health and care staff are calling on residents for support ahead of the weekend as demand for the area’s services rises.
124 people (23%) said they had been unable to access GP or pharmacy services during the pandemic for different reasons.
The feedback we received about pharmacy services relates to both dispensing practices and community pharmacies.
We asked how easy it had been for people to get information about how to keep themselves and others safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
Health and adult social care staff are calling on local residents for support ahead of the weekend as demand for the area’s services rises.
GPs and their teams on the Isles of Scilly have started vaccinating residents against COVID-19 in the continued vaccine rollout.
There are different ways to get a coronavirus test, depending on whether you are currently receiving hospital care or not.
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