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Let’s work together to protect our Tameside community

 It’s important, now more than ever, that we continue with our efforts to protect each other. 
 

From 19 July 

England moves to Step 4 of the roadmap.

Although most legal restrictions will be lifted at step 4, and many people have been vaccinated, it is still possible to catch and spread COVID-19, even if you are fully vaccinated, and we are still in the third wave of this pandemic in the UK.

Everyone should be cautious whilst managing the risks as cases of COVID-19 remain high.  Every action to help reduce the spread will reduce any further resurgence of the virus in the coming months.

Following this guidance will help you stay safe and protect others by controlling the spread.
  • Get both doses of the vaccine as soon as eligible
  • Get tested when you have symptoms
  • isolate when positive or when contacted by NHS Test and Trace
  • wear face coverings in crowded areas such as public transport
  • Socialise outside or let fresh air in
  • minimise the number, proximity and duration of social contacts.
 
Find out what will change and what you should do to protect yourself and others.
Fully vaccinated people returning to England from amber list countries will not need to quarantine.

From 16 August 

If you’re fully vaccinated or under 18, you will not need to self-isolate following close contact with someone who has COVID-19. You’ll still need to take a PCR test and self-isolate if it’s positive.

 

 

 
Keep your social distance – It works!

Wash your hands regularly – It works!
 
Self isolate if you have symptoms or are identified as a close contact – It works!
Wear a face covering – It works!

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Use NHS 111 Online Coronavirus service if:

  • you feel you cannot cope with your symptoms at home
  • your condition gets worse
  • your symptoms do not get better after 7 days

 
Only call NHS 111 if you cannot get help online.
 
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