Latest advice and guidance

Restrictions are being lifted. What is changing, when?

Follow the guidance on this page to find out what this means for you, and the changes that are taking place in self-isolation and testing rules.

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COVID-19 Vaccinations FAQ

When will I get the vaccine? Where is it distributed? Find the answers to all your questions about the COVID-19 vaccine below in this FAQ.

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Can I be tested for coronavirus?

Free testing for coronavirus (COVID-19) from the NHS has ended for most people in England. You can buy a COVID-19 test from some pharmacies and retailers. There are a small number of people who will still be able to get free COVID-19 tests from the NHS.

Find out if you are eligible

NHS COVID Pass: Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status

How to get the NHS COVID Pass and demonstrate your coronavirus status when travelling abroad or domestically.

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What is Long Covid?

Long Covid (also known as Post-Covid Syndrome) consists of symptoms similar to those of Covid-19, which last for more than 12 weeks after a Covid infection.

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Information for children, young people and families

We have brought together coronavirus advice and information targetted to children, young people and families.

It includes information for teenagers and resources to help you answer questions you child or young person has about coronavirus.

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COVID-19 Vaccinations in Richmond: Live Webinar

On Tuesday, 2nd February 2021 we hosted a live webinar with a panel of experts answering your questions on everything you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine. You can watch the event and download the slides by clicking on the links below.

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Traveling during Coronavirus

There is no longer a "traffic light" system in place. Regulations about returning to the UK depend on individual vaccination status

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Finding support

Coronavirus and domestic abuse

As a result of coronavirus outbreak, many victims of Domestic Abuse face additional challenges and barriers to accessing support.

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Coronavirus and looking after your wellbeing

It is a worrying time and it is really important that we also look after our mental health. It is OK to feel anxious, scared, low or frustrated, everyone will respond differently and there is no right way to feel.

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Coronavirus and your dental care

From 8 June, dental practices are able to reopen. Practices will prioritise patients with the most urgent need. Read the latest advice on how to access dental care.

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Accessible formats of coronavirus guidance

We have compiled the latest government advice in accessible formats- Easy Read, British Sign Language, Audio, Translations and Large Print.

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