Holidaying families are heading home and kids are returning to school but its set to be another challenging weekend across health and care.
As Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly health and care services remain under pressure to provide services, we thank you for your support so far but ask that you keep up the good work.
All 16 and 17 year olds across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly can have their free COVID-19 jab. Book online or visit a walk-in clinic.
A 100-person milestone has been reached in a joined-up effort to vaccinate seafarers in Falmouth and Fowey against the COVID-19 virus.
Launceston and Tamar Valley primary care network has 2 GP practices covering Launceston and Callington and approximately 35,200 patients.
The coast and country primary care network consists of 5 GP practices and has around 16,500 Cornish patients.
The Three Harbours and Bosvena primary care network consists of 5 GP practices covering Par, Fowey, Bodmin and Lostwithiel areas.
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.
Hundreds more people who were yet to have their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine have now grabbed a jab.
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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39 Penwinnick Road, St Austell PL25 5DR