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COVID-19 remains a serious health risk

You should stay cautious to help protect yourself and others.

For the latest temporary and precautionary measures following the emergence of the Omicron variant in the UK:

Visit our Coronavirus page

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Grab a jab

Walk in clinics are now open at:

The Artrix, Bromsgrove, B60 1GN

St Peter's Worcester, WR5 3TZ

Three Counties Showground, Malvern, WR13 6NW

Knights Pharmacy Redditch, B98 0RF

Find your nearest vaccination centre:

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Stay safe this autumn, follow these tips and keep life moving

  • get vaccinated
  • let fresh air in or meet outside
  • take an LFT when you’re more likely to catch or spread COVID-19 such as in crowded indoor places
  • check-in with the app
  • wear a face covering in crowded public spaces and regularly wash your hands
  • cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze
  • if you have mild COVID19 symptoms, take a PCR test and stay home

Find out more about how to stay safe and help prevent the spread

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Long Covid

Young COVID-19 patients share their stories and their experiences of suffering debilitating Long Covid symptoms in this powerful video.

Watch young COVID-19 patients stories


Keen to keep active and stay fit?

There’s loads to do across Worcestershire to help your wellbeing.

Pregnancy and the vaccine

New-data shows most pregnant women hospitalised with COVID-19 have not had a jab. It is important to have both doses of your COVID-19 vaccine to protect you and your unborn baby.

If you are pregnant, thinking about having a baby, or breastfeeding, you can still have the Covid-19 vaccine.

GOV.UK Covid-19 vaccination pregnancy guide

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Going out?

Remember there are lots of things you can do to protect yourself and those around you:

Wear a face covering, take a test and make sure you get both doses of the vaccine.

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Read the room

Not everyone is comfortable with things going back to ‘normal’

When catching up with friends, Read the Room

  • Is everyone comfortable with the situation?
  • Are windows open?
  • Could you sit outside?

This could help put minds at ease and reduce the potential spread of Covid-19