Covid Update

Covid Update from CAVA
Covid infection rates have, thankfully, been falling in the borough, with only 20 cases per 100,000 people in the past week. The vaccine rollout programme has been progressing well and over 90% of the over-60s have had their first dose, and many have also had their second dose. Anyone over the age of 45 can now book their first vaccine online. For details please click here.

For the latest Covid information in Solihull please see this link.
 
Covid Testing
Around one in three people who test positive for Covid do not have any symptoms, and  could be spreading the virus without realising.  So it’s important to get tested regularly. Free covid tests are available to all adults via a number of routes, including community testing sites and home delivery.
Find out more.

Solihull Council has updated its Community Testing Leaflet to reflect the latest government advice and recent changes to testing procedures and test site locations. For the latest version of the leaflet please click here.

Solihull Council’s Here2Help pages have advice for anyone who has had a positive test result and needs to self-isolate.
 
Public Health England Vaccination Guide 
In response to questions raised about the Astra Zeneca vaccine, Public Health England has published a Vaccination Guide, which can be accessed via this link.

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