Calderdale Walk-in Vaccination Clinics

In addition to pre-booked appointment sessions, the NHS in Calderdale are also running regular walk-in vaccination clinics where you do not need to book in advance. They hold these clinics subject to demand and deliver vaccinations on a first-come first-served basis. These clinics are open to anyone over 18 who has not already received their … Continue reading Calderdale Walk-in Vaccination Clinics

Reminder: Current Covid-19 Restrictions In Full

England remains in Step 3 The government has announced a 4-week pause at Step 3. Step 3 restrictions remain in place, and you should follow the guidance on this page, which explains what you can and cannot do. It is expected that England will move to Step 4 on 19 July, though the data will … Continue reading Reminder: Current Covid-19 Restrictions In Full

Coronavirus In Calderdale: Update As Cases Increase Again

Calderdale Council have published this update, following an uptick in the number of Covid-19 cases in Calderdale. I contains useful information on testing and other measures in place to contain the outbreak. Additional COVID-19 testing and enhanced contact tracing are starting in Calderdale as preventative measures to help contain the spread of the virus. COVID-19 … Continue reading Coronavirus In Calderdale: Update As Cases Increase Again

Eleven Public Toilets Open Across Calderdale

Calderdale Council's public toilets are be available as follows, from Tuesday to Saturday, 9.30am – 4.30pm: Parks: Calder Holmes Park (Hebden Bridge) Centre Vale Park (Todmorden) Manor Heath Park (Halifax) People’s Park (Halifax) Savile Park (Halifax) Towns: Brighouse – Thornton Square Elland – Town Hall Square Halifax – Albion Street Hebden Bridge – New Road … Continue reading Eleven Public Toilets Open Across Calderdale

Council Support For 3000 Additional Residents Shielding

Calderdale Council is continuing to support those most at risk of becoming seriously ill if they catch COVID-19, as the national shielding programme is extended. The government has announced that an additional 1.7million people across the UK will be added the Clinically Extremely Vulnerable list, after research identified a wider combination of risk factors that … Continue reading Council Support For 3000 Additional Residents Shielding

Message from Debs Harkins, Calderdale’s Director of Public Health

19 Feb 2021: The new UK COVID-19 variant that is known to spread more easily is now the dominant strain in Calderdale, with 98% of cases now being identified as this type. The current rate of infection in the borough is 182 per 100,000 residents and this is 4% lower than the same day last … Continue reading Message from Debs Harkins, Calderdale’s Director of Public Health