Nottinghamshire County Council Covid-19

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Covid-19 vaccination roll out to priority cohorts 5 and 6

We have now moved on to the next stage of the vaccine roll out across Nottinghamshire. Letters and texts have gone out to all residents over 65, inviting them to book an appointment. For the latest information regarding vaccinations for people aged 65 and over, visit, the NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire CCG website.

People in Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) Cohort 6 will start to be invited for vaccination over the next few weeks. This group includes all people ‘aged 16 years to 65 years with underlying health conditions which put them at higher risk of serious disease and mortality’ – this is often called Clinically Vulnerable. Cohort 6 also includes those who receive a carer’s allowance, or those who are the main carer of an elderly or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if their carer falls ill. Finally, the group also includes younger adults in long-stay in-patient, nursing and residential care settings.

Read more on Cohort 6

Community testing now available in more areas

Jonathan Gribbin quote on community testing

Over 6400 people so far had a lateral flow – or rapid results – test at one of five community testing centres in Mansfield, Worksop and Ashfield, to check whether they have Covid-19, even though they haven’t had symptoms. We know that around one in three people with Covid-19 don’t have any symptoms. Community testing helps to identify these people, helping them to isolate and making sure they have access to the support that is available. Around 1% of those who have taken the test have had a positive result, without being aware they had the virus.

Community testing is aimed at people whose work means that they cannot work from home and need to leave home and travel to work on a regular basis. Most of those who have been tested work in manufacturing or construction, with other people employed in education and council services. More information including locations of community testing sites and opening times can be found on our website.

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Guidance on self-isolating

Stay at home

If you develop symptoms of Covid-19, stay at home and self-isolate immediately. If you have a positive test result but do not have symptoms, stay at home and self-isolate as soon as you receive the results. Your household needs to isolate too.

A new illustration by Public Health England explaining the self-isolation guidance is available to view and download: Stay at home illustration [PDF]

Learn more

Request support through our Community Hub

Community Hub

If you are staying at home because of Covid-19 and don’t have the support of family and neighbours, you can request support through the hub. There are local volunteer groups and services that can help you with:

  • access to food delivery/food supply
  • access to medicine
  • dog walking
  • befriending/social wellbeing
  • physical wellbeing
  • and more!

If you are worried about yourself or someone else who is alone and in isolation, please get in touch!

Community Hub

The latest Covid-19 rates in Nottinghamshire

Coronavirus dashboard

Discover the latest infection rates in your local area with the coronavirus dashboard.

The latest data highlighted in the table to the right compares rates per 100,000 in each district from 6 – 12 February to the previous week.

View the dashboard



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