Nottinghamshire County Council Covid-19 Update

Covid-19 Update |Christmas bubbles |Shop safely |Receiving the vaccine |Good mental health

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Covid-19 Update

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Christmas Tier 3

Celebrate Christmas safely

Following the Government’s announcement yesterday there are no further changes for Nottinghamshire meaning the county remains in Tier 3 until the next review.

This means that on Christmas Day you can still choose to form a Christmas bubble if you really need to and see a maximum of two households. You cannot see anyone from a Tier 4 area.

Wherever possible, discuss alternatives to meeting up in person.  If you do meet in person , reduce risks by maintaining good hand hygiene, keeping rooms well ventilated and as much social distance as possible and avoiding physical contact with other households.

More about Christmas bubbles

Shop Safely from Boxing Day

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If you are going to shops after Christmas remember to shop safely to help reduce the transmission of the virus and keep yourself and others safe and healthy. Remember to:

  • Keep a minimum 2m (6 feet) social distance at all times.
  • Always wear your mask (unless you have a medical condition that prevents this).
  • Regularly wash or sanitise your hands.
  • Follow any one-way systems or other directions that are in the store
  • Do not go shopping and stay home if you’re feeling unwell.

Advice on safer shopping

Receiving the Covid-19 vaccine

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The NHS is currently offering the COVID-19 vaccine to people who are most at risk from coronavirus. There is a set priority order for the  different groups of people who will receive the vaccine, starting with people over 80 and frontline NHS, health and social care workers. 

Those who are eligible will receive an invitation to come forward. For most people this will be a letter, either from your GP or the national NHS booking system which will include all the information you will need to book appointments, including your NHS number.  

The NHS will let you know when it’s your turn to have the vaccine. It’s important not to contact the NHS for a vaccine before then. We know lots of people will be eager to get protected but we are asking people not to contact the NHS to get an appointment until they get their letter.

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Keeping good mental health

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Whilst Christmas is a time to celebrate for many it brings challenges to their mental health, and more so than ever this year due to the pandemic.

Whether you’re coping with loneliness, struggling with your sleep, having job or money worries or generally finding it hard to deal with Christmas and coronavirus  then follow the link below for support and advice.

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Happy Christmas Nottinghamshire

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Follow the link below to read the Christmas message from Councillor Kay Cutts MBE, Leader of Nottinghamshire County Council.  The message reflects on the last year and how the people of Nottinghamshire have stepped up to the challenges we’ve faced with resilience and caring for others.  It also looks to a better year ahead with the vaccine coming and plans to further invest in our wonderful county.

Merry Christmas and a happy New Year to all!

Christmas message

Access the latest coronavirus data for Nottinghamshire

The COVID-19 daily report shows the rates of coronavirus infection in each district of Nottinghamshire. The data sourced from the Public Health England national dataset and represents one of the key indicators used to inform what level of measures are needed to contain the spread of the virus.

View the dashboard

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