Nottinghamshire County Council Covid-19 Update

Covid-19 update | Back to Plan A | Grab a jab | Adult social care careers | New grant scheme for businesses | Mandatory vaccinations | New self-isolation guidance | Contact tracing | Latest Covid-19 rates

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Covid-19 update


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Plan A

England will move back to Plan A on Thursday 27 January

The Prime Minister has given a statement to Parliament on the progress against the Omicron variant and the review of the Plan B measures.

As a result of progress made, the Prime Minister announced that England can return to Plan A and allow Plan B regulations to expire. From 27 January, mandatory certification will end, although organisations can still choose to use the NHS Covid Pass voluntarily.

He also confirmed that the government is no longer asking people to work from home and that once regulations lapse on 26 January, wearing face masks will no longer be a legal requirement.

As from today, the government no longer requires face masks in school classrooms. In addition, the Department for Education will shortly remove national guidance on their use in communal areas from 27 January.

The government will also ease further restrictions on visits to care homes and set out plans in the coming days.

He concluded by explaining that the self-isolation regulations will expire on 24 March and that he would not expect to renew them and could even bring that date forwards if the data allowed it. In advance of that, the government will set out their long-term strategy for living with Covid-19.

Latest guidance for England

Find your nearest walk-in vaccination site in Nottinghamshire and grab a jab

Grab a jab at a local walk-in clinic

People are urged to walk in and ‘Grab A Jab’ this week as more of walk-in sites have become available.

Everyone aged 16 and over who had a second dose of the vaccine at least three months ago can get a booster dose. In addition, some children aged 12 to 15 are eligible for a booster

There are plenty of Covid-19 vaccines available across the county, whether you need your first, second or booster dose. Please don’t hesitate to visit your nearest walk-in site at a time that suits you. You can check opening times here. Alternatively, you can book an appointment online or call 119.

Getting fully vaccinated is the best way to boost your immunity and protect you and others against Covid-19.  

Grab a jab

Vaccinations for 12 – 15 year olds

vaccinations parental consent

Children aged 12 – 15 can walk into specific vaccination sites across the county, which include:

– Forest Recreation Ground, Nottingham NG7 6HB

– King’s Mill Hospital, Sutton-in-Ashfield NG17 4JL

– Mansfield Vaccination Centre, Mansfield NG19 7AP

– Leen View Surgery, Bulwell NG6 8QJ

Please check opening times and dates on the NHS website. Your child can also book a vaccination appointment online. Parents or guardians should attend the vaccination to give their consent.

This age group are also being offered the vaccination in schools. Parents and guardians can fill in a consent form online in advance. 

Find out more

Nottinghamshire needs YOU to care

ASC support worker

We have launched a major recruitment campaign to help care providers fill vacancies across the county, following a rise in demand for care workers during the pandemic.

There are various roles available working as a care professional with younger and older adults, offering full training and flexible hours.

If you’d like to support others to live their best life, apply today to join one of our caring teams where every day is different, and every day you make the difference.

Adult social care careers

New grant scheme open for businesses affected by Covid-19

West Bridgford high street

Hospitality, leisure and tourism businesses affected by the Omicron variant are able to apply for one-off grants of up to £6,000 per premises depending on rateable value.

Apply via your local district and borough council.

Find out more

New Covid-19 vaccine regulations for frontline health and care workers

Mandatory vaccinations

It’s just two weeks until the deadline for health and care workers to get their first Covid-19 vaccine dose.

From 1 April 2022, all staff working as regulated care providers are legally required to have both doses of the Covid-19 vaccine. This means they must have their first dose by 3 February 2022.

If you work in the regulated care sector and have any questions, please speak to your employer

Learn more

New self-isolation guidance

Updated self-isolation guidance

If you are self-isolating with Covid-19 and provide negative lateral flow test results on days five and six and do not have a temperature, you will be able to end self-isolation after five full days.

If either test is positive, wait until the next day before testing again.

Self-isolation guidance

If you test positive: sharing information about your recent contacts

NHS Test and Trace

Have you tested positive for Covid-19? NHS Test and Trace will be in touch with you and invite you to complete an online form to share information about any close contacts. The form helps with contact tracing, and if it’s completely correctly, you shouldn’t receive any calls from NHS Test and Trace.

Contact tracing is essential to help stop the spread of Covid-19.

NHS Test and Trace

The latest Covid-19 rates across the county

Coronavirus dashboard

Our table to the right shows Covid-19 rates per 100,000 population in each district and borough between 8 – 14 January compared to the previous week.

For more data, visit our Coronavirus Dashboard.

Local data

Booster vaccination


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