CORONAVIRUS

To help you, we have set up this page to provide support and advice that may be useful. We will update this page with relevant information on a regular basis. Please also follow us on Facebook, twitter and Instagram for updates and information.

Living with covid: get vaccinated graphic

We’re seeing cases of Covid-19 increasing locally and nationally. The best defence against the virus is to get vaccinated. It’s not too late to get your first, second or booster jab. You can use the following link to book a venue/day/time to suit you: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/book-coronavirus-vaccination.
Please do everything you can to protect yourself from Covid-19.

To help you during this current crisis, we have created these pages to provide support and advice that may be useful. We will update this page with relevant information on a regular basis. Please also follow us on Facebook, twitter and Instagram for updates and information.

Still time to get your Covid-19 vaccination

The Covid-19 vaccine is now available for people aged over 12. You will need two jabs, given eight weeks apart, to get the full protection. People aged over 18 can get a booster jab three months after their second dose.

Book your vaccination or call 119

You can read the FAQs or view the patient information on the following topics

There is also an easy-read version explaining the guidance.

British Sign Language videos about vaccinations are also available from Notts Deaf Society.

For the latest guidance on Carers under 25 years of age to help during Covid-19, please take a look at the governments website.
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/young-carers-and-young-adult-carers-providing-care-during-coronavirus/guidance-for-those-under-25-who-provide-care-for-someone

Government Advice

For all the latest advice from the government go to their website https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

NHS Advice

Get NHS advice about coronavirus (COVID-19), including symptoms, testing, vaccination and self-isolation by visiting the NHS link below:

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

COVID Recovery:

Post-COVID Syndrome or ‘long COVID’ can affect your physical and mental health. There is support available and lots of things you can do to help yourself.

For more information on managing your symptoms visit the NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire CCG webpage: Your COVID recovery – NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire CCG (nottsccg.nhs.uk)

To request this information in another language or format please contact the Engagement Team at: nnccg.team.engagement@nhs.net or call or text 07385 360071. If texting or leaving a message please provide your contact details and a member of the team will get back to you.


Some fun, help and advice for the little ones from Dr Ranj and Jobi from CBeebies, sing along with them…….

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p08bmd70/get-well-soon-coronavirus

https://www.healthforkids.co.uk/staying-healthy/what-is-coronavirus/ (The following information is taken from Health for kids website, there is alot more useful information there, please take a look

You may have noticed lots of adults talking about a ‘coronavirus’.
There is a new kind of this virus spreading around the world.
Mostly it makes people cough and feel like they have a bad cold; sometimes it can make people feel tired. Some people who have other health problems may become more sick from it and may need to be looked after in hospital.
3 ways you can help stop the spread of coronavirus
Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, maybe to the tune of happy birthday. Perhaps you could come up with your own hand washing song that lasts 20 seconds
Try to keep your hands off your face, so no rubbing your eyes or nose, or putting your hands in your mouth. That way, if there is any of the virus on your hands, you won’t give it a way to enter the body where it can make you feel unwell
If you cough or sneeze, do this into a tissue and bin it or sneeze into your elbow!

3 things that people are doing to help

  1. Doctors and nurses are working very hard to look after people who are unwell and to get people home who longer need to be in hospital
  2. Scientists are trying to find ways to make medicines that may be able to stop coronavirus in the future, a bit like the flu spray you have every year, or the injections you had as a baby
  3. People up and down the country are looking out for those who may be unwell or having to stay in their homes. Others are donating food to food banks for people who do not have enough food. Can you think of ways you could help someone in your street or town?