Nottinghamshire County Council Covid-19 Update

Covid-19 update | NHS Covid-19 App | 16 – 17 year old vaccines | Booster jab |Regular testing | Advice for uni students | Mental health support | Local Covid-19 rates

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Get the NHS Covid-19 app

Protect loved ones with the NHS Covid-19 App

The NHS Covid-19 App is free and it is the quickest way to find out if you have been in close contact (for more than 15 minutes) with someone who has coronavirus. The faster you know the quicker you can notify and protect your loved ones and community which will help stop the spread of Covid-19.

Some of the app features include:

  • Contact tracing
  • Information on local area restrictions
  • Venue check-in
  • Test result recording

Get the app

NHS bookings are open for people aged 16 and 17

16-17 vaccinations

Almost three-quarters of a million young people in England have already received their first Pfizer vaccine in line with Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation advice.

People aged 16 and 17 can book their Covid-19 jabs through the National Booking Service as the NHS vaccination programme pulls out all the stops to protect people ahead of winter. This age group can also walk in for their first vaccine dose at selected sites in Nottinghamshire without booking an appointment.

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Covid-19 booster vaccine for housebound residents

Housebound resident

Housebound residents in Nottinghamshire will receive a Covid-19 booster vaccine within their own home or place of residence.
If a housebound resident had their first or second dose via the roving service, they would receive their booster jab from a GP doing their home visit or the roving team.

Please keep in mind this will vary depending on the practice, and residents should wait to be contacted first. If a resident has recently become housebound, they will need to contact their GP surgery to register for a home visit.

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Let’s keep getting tested

Testing regularly protects us all

About 1 in 3 people with Covid-19 do not have symptoms but can still infect others. Therefore regular testing remains important, taking a test twice a week helps stop the spread of Covid-19.

Get a test

Advice for university students

Don't miss out

If you’re starting or returning to university there is some important advice to help protect yourself and others including:

  • Getting both doses of the Covid-19 vaccination
  • Keeping up with regular testing
  • Registering at a GP practice
  • Being up to date with all your vaccinations

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Mental health support for anyone affected by Covid-19


The pandemic is affecting all our lives. Many of us are struggling with how it’s affecting ourselves and our loved ones. The charity Mind offers free advice and supports anyone experiencing a mental health problem. In addition, you can access reliable information and tips to help you cope during this time.

Visit Mind

Nottinghamshire Coronavirus rates

Coronavirus Dashboard for Nottinghamshire 18 - 24 September

Between 18 – 24 September, Nottinghamshire (excluding the city) had an average of 445.3 Covid-19 cases per 100,000 population.


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