Coronavirus News Index

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    Walk-in vaccination clinics in Calderdale
    In addition to pre-booked vaccination appointments, the NHS in Calderdale also runs regular walk-in clinics where you don’t need to book in advance. These clinics are subject to demand and deliver vaccinations on a first-come …
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    Covid-19 in Calderdale: Key Messages Now!
    Local health authorities have issued the following quick guide to the priorities as we continue to tackle covid-19 in Calderdale: Calderdale currently has the highest infection rates it has ever had. Not everyone is aware of how …
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    Report of health and social care committee public inquiry into Covid – Disability Rights UK Re…
    The Health and Social Care Committee and Science and Technology Committee have published a damning new report on the Government’s response to the Covid pandemic. As part of its rigorous analysis, it says: “The disproportionately …
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    Vaccinating against covid and flu at same time is safe, study shows
    By Jacqui Wise (Author affiliations) Article from the BMJ website. Administering an influenza vaccine at the same time as a second dose of a covid-19 vaccine produced no safety concerns and preserves the immune response to both …
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    Covid-19 In Calderdale – Update
    This update is taken from the Calderdale Covid Champions email newsletter and is based on advice and information from local NHS sources. Remember, you can pick up a vaccination at one of Calderdale’s vaccine drop-in …
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    Video: Why Are GPs Still Working Differently
    Information about this important issue can also be found by clicking on the following link https://www.wyhpartnership.co.uk/our-priorities/primary-and-community-care-services/why-are-gp-practices-still-working-differently
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    Government Letter To End Shielding
    This is the government’s recent letter to clinically vulnerable people announcing the end of shielding. Dear…. I am writing to you because you were previously identified as clinically extremely vulnerable to COVID-19. …
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    Government Ends Shielding For The Most Vulnerable
    The Government have announced that people previously considered to be clinically extremely vulnerable (CEV) will not be advised to shield again following expert clinical advice. They say this decision is based on there being far …
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    Government’s plans to manage Covid through autumn and winter
    The Prime Minister set out the government’s plan to manage Covid throughout autumn and winter on Tuesday 14 September. Here’s the official statement to go with the plans: Thanks to the phenomenal success of the vaccination …
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    60 second guide to boosters and third shots!
    Here’s a quick guide to boosters and third shots from the BMJ. Can I get a booster shot now? Not in the UK (yet), although you may be eligible for a third dose. What’s the difference? A booster is given to people who have …
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    Update: Walk-In Vaccinations in Calderdale 
    The calendar of walk-in vaccination clinics in Calderdale has moved to a new location on the local NHS website. Here’s the new link – Walk-In Vaccinations in Calderdale  Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like …
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    Calderdale Covid-19 Update – Vaccines, Testing & More
    Grab A Jab: Walk-in Vaccination Clinics Calderdale, updated weekly: https://www.calderdaleccg.nhs.uk/walk-in-vaccination-clinics/ Government Guidance England: How to Stay Safe and Prevent the Spread of Covid …
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    Booster’ Vaccination Programme Launch 
    The UK’s Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) has recommended that people with severely weakened immune systems should have a third vaccine dose as part of their primary vaccination schedule against covid-19. …
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    New electric bike food delivery service in Halifax for people who are self-isolating
    DeliverHX is an innovative new food delivery service which delivers straight to people’s door for FREE if they are isolating or are at higher risk from COVID-19. The scheme is a great way to support independent businesses …
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    Calderdale Covid-19 Update
    Current Data on Infection Rates in Calderdale In the 7 days prior to 18th August: Overall rate in Calderdale was 397.3 per 100,000, 4 up on the previous figures. As of July 31, Rates were highest in young people aged 17-29 years …
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    Covid-19 vaccine exemption pass
    Covid-19 vaccine exemption pass: what to do if you cannot be vaccinated or test for Covid? This article from Disability Horizons looks at the issue and offers some guidance and solutions. Now that most Covid-19 restrictions have …
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    Covid Self-Isolation Rules Change: 16 August
    What rules are changing and when? As of 16 August, fully vaccinated adults no longer have to self-isolate for 10 days if they’re told they have been in close contact with a person who has Covid. This rule also applies to …
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    Walk-in vaccination clinics in Calderdale
    In addition to pre-booked vaccination appointments, the NHS in Calderdale also run regular walk-in clinics where you don’t need to book in advance. These clinics subject to demand and deliver vaccinations on a first-come …
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    West Yorkshire Mayor Replies To Covid-Concerns Letter
    Last month (July 2021), we at Disability Partnership Calderdale were co-signatories of a letter raising concerns about the safety of disabled people and local precautions after national COVID deregulation on 19th July. The letter …
  • Report: Health inequalities and the impact of Covid-19
    Local Government Association Report: A perfect storm: health inequalities and the impact of Covid-19 This report warns that Covid-19 has created a ‘perfect storm’ of existing inequality and disease, leading to higher rates of …
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    Covid-19: Calderdale Testing, Vaccination & Info
    Key Coronavirus information and services in Calderdale and beyond – Calderdale Resources Community testing …
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    Government Report: The lived experience of disabled people during the COVID-19 pandemic
    Executive summary From July to September 2020, the Cabinet Office Disability Unit commissioned the Policy Lab to conduct ethnographically-led research into the experiences of disabled people during the COVID-19 pandemic. The aim …
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    Coronavirus: Calderdale testing, vaccination & support
    Here’s a useful guide to the current Coronavirus support and info available in Calderdale, including testing and vaccination opportunities. TESTING: Community Coronavirus testing in Calderdale: …
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    Coping With Change – Tips To Avoid Stress
    Some people love change, however, many people find change hard. As covid restrictions lift there will be people that will relish new opportunities and there will be people who feel anxious about the ‘new normal’, living with …
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    The Pandemic’s Toll On People With Learning Disabilities
    This article, from the BMJ explores how the covid-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on people with learning disabilities across the world. The linked paper by the OpenSAFELY collaborative led by Williamson and colleagues …
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    Deaf patients excluded in NHS rush to digital care
    In this extract from a longer piece on the BMJ website about how the NHS’s rush to use digital communications is excluding some patients, there is an examination of the particular issues this throws up for deaf patients. …
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    Open Letter: Calderdale Disability Organisations On Restriction Easing Concerns
    This is an open letter from Calderdale’s leading disability organisations to local/regional politicians, sharing concerns about the ending of Covid-19 restrictions on 19th July. To Tracy Brabin, Mayor, West Yorkshire …
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    19 July Covid-19 guidance for the clinically extremely vulnerable
    Who this guidance is for? This guidance is for everyone in England who has been identified as clinically extremely vulnerable from coronavirus (COVID-19). This includes those people who have been identified by the NHS as being …
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    Covid-19 Restrictions To Be Lifted On 19 July
    Government Info: Lifting restrictions on 19 July Read the full guidance here | Read the advice for clinically extremely vulnerable people Most legal restrictions to control COVID-19 will be lifted in England on 19 July 2021. The …
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    Report: Coronavirus and clinically extremely vulnerable people in England
    Coronavirus and clinically extremely vulnerable people in England: 21 June to 26 June 2021. An analysis of clinically extremely vulnerable people in England during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, including their behaviours …
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    Government guidance on getting tested for Coronavirus
    Here’s a series of links to Government guidance on getting tested for Coronavirus. They go through to the official information on the Government’s website. Understanding lateral flow testing for people without …
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    COVID-19 vaccines highly effective in most people in clinical risk groups
    There’s reassuring news that vaccines are helping keep people from at risk groups safe from serious illness and death from Covid-19. Those used in the UK as effective at preventing symptomatic disease in the majority of …
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    Local Vaccination Drop-ins
    In addition to pre-booked appointment sessions, the NHS are also running regular walk-in vaccination clinics throughout Calderdale where you do not need to book in advance. They hold these clinics subject to demand and deliver …
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    Most Covid-19 Restrictions Set to Be Lifted On 19 July
    The government has outlined plans to lift the remaining Covid restrictions in England. Most legal restrictions and guidance in England look set to be removed from 19 July. At a Downing Street briefing, earlier this week, Boris …
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    Covid-19: “Life on hold” for NHS patients needing musculoskeletal care
    Conditions such as back pain and arthritis are the biggest cause of morbidity in the UK. But the pandemic has seen primary and secondary care appointments cancelled or held virtually. In the first of a new series on the “new …
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    GPs urge government to clear up confusion over Covid-19 symptoms
    GPs have called on the government to update the official list of covid-19 symptoms after seeing patients shun tests to check their infection status because they don’t believe they have been infected by SARS-CoV-2. They also said …
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    BBC Research Reveals Pandemic Toll On Disabled People
    Thousands of deaf and disabled people across the UK have told the BBC of the devastating impact the pandemic has had on their lives. Most said their disability had worsened and more than 2,400 said routine, often vital, medical …
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    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 …
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    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 …
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    Report: How We Spent Our Time In Lockdown
    This is a Time Use Survey from the Government explaining the differences between how people in Great Britain spent their time during coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions in March and April 2020 and March 2021. Main points How we …
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    Disabled people at greater Covid death risk – ONS research
    Research from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine has found that Disabled people in England are at an  increased risk of death involving Coronavirus (COVID-19). From 24 …
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    Covid-19: Final Restrictions Lifting Delayed To Get More People Vaccinated
    The lifting of the final covid-19 restrictions in England, scheduled for 21 June, has been delayed by four weeks (until 19 July). The Government says this is to head off the risk of a new wave of covid-19 caused by the delta …
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    Guide: How to do a rapid lateral flow test at home
    Find out how to do a COVID-19 rapid test at home for yourself (or someone else) and report the results. Rapid tests are only for people who do not have symptoms of COVID-19. Video: how to do a rapid test at home There’s separate …
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    Support to self-isolate in Calderdale
    As additional COVID-19 testing and enhanced contact tracing get underway in Calderdale, the Council is reminding people that support is available if they need to self-isolate. One of five big things we can all do to protect …
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    Piece Hall Walk-In Vaccinations 18-20 June
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    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 …
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    BMJ Newsletter – Medical Updates
    This is the latest newsletter from the BMJ (British Medical journal). As ever, it draws on a good range of voices and opinions and provides a good overview of the issues of the day (medical and medical-related). The covid-19 …
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    Todmorden Covid-19 Update
    Calderdale council have put out an alert that the new more transmissible COVID-19 variant known as ‘Delta’ has been found in Todmorden. This is the advice they are giving their staff in the area and might be equally applicable to …
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    Healthy Minds: June Courses & Sessions
    Noticing Nature (Allotment) Monday 14th June, 11.00-12.30pm During such uncertain times, making time to relax and switch off from events out of our control has never been so important for mental health and wellbeing. Using our 5 …
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    Quick Guide: Current Coronavirus Restrictions
    The most recent phase of easing restrictions began on 17 May. Here’s a quick guide to the main points: The general advice is to carry on working from home if you can, keep the precautions, and if you develop symptoms, …
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    Disability Horizons – 8 Things The Pandemic Has Taught Us
    In one way or another, Covid-19 has impacted all of our lives. But living through the pandemic with a disability has been an even bigger struggle for many. It’s not all negative though – in many ways, the pandemic has molded the …
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    Vaccines highly effective against Indian variant after 2 doses
    A new study by PHE shows for the first time that 2 doses of the COVID-19 vaccines are highly effective against the B.1.617.2 variant first identified in India. Vaccine effectiveness against symptomatic disease from the B.1.617.2 …
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    Government Guide: Surge testing for new coronavirus (COVID-19) variants
    What surge testing is Surge testing is increased testing (including door-to-door testing in some areas) and enhanced contact tracing in specific locations in England. It involves testing of people who do not have any symptoms of …
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    BSL video guide on COVID-19 vaccination and blood clotting
    This new BSL provides information on COVID-19 vaccination and blood clotting. This video is available to download. The COVID-19 vaccination and blood clotting leaflet is available to download. Paper copies are also available to …
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    BSL video guide: phase 2 of the COVID-19 vaccination programme
    Here’s the latest BSL video on the Coronavirus vaccine – the information it includes is on phase 2 of the COVID-19 vaccination programme. The COVID-19 vaccination: a guide to phase 2 of the programme leaflet is …
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    Mental Health Awareness Week : Coronavirus and depression in adults
    Mental Health Awareness Week takes place from 10 to 16 May 2021. Here’s a new Office For National Statistics (ONS) report looking at Coronavirus and depression in adults, Great Britain: January to March 2021. It includes …
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    Covid-19: Booster vaccine to be rolled out in autumn
    The UK will roll out a covid-19 booster vaccine at the beginning of autumn in order to protect the most vulnerable ahead of winter, the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has announced. As part of this, the government’s …
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    Single Vaccine Dose Cuts Virus Transmission
    Adults infected with covid-19 three weeks after receiving one dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine were 38-49% less likely to pass the virus on to their household contacts than people who were unvaccinated, a …
  • Free Yoga Wellbeing Course
    Healthy Minds Calderdale are offering you a 10 week wellbeing course. Learn how to look after your health and wellbeing through the practice of Yoga. The course is for all levels, you don’t need to have done Yoga before, …
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    Vaccine – A Guide To How They Work & Eligibility
    Covid-19 vaccines: how they work and who is eligible if you have a disability or chronic illness is a regularly updated feature on the Disability Horizons website The first three Covid-19 vaccines – Pfizer/BioNTech, …
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    National Deaf Children’s Society Campaigning to “Keep it clear”
    Here’s the latest blog from the National Deaf Children’s Society, which looks at their “Keep it clear” campaign, which aims to make sure deaf children aren’t disadvantaged by the use of face coverings in …
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    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 …
  • Info: Face Covering Exemption Cards
    If you have an age, health or disability reason for not wearing a face covering: you do not routinely need to show any written evidence of this you do not need show an exemption card This means that you do not need to seek advice …
  • When to wear a face covering – latest updates
    There are some places where you must wear a face covering by law, unless you are exempt or have a reasonable excuse (see When you do not need to wear a face covering). It’s always worth keeping up to date with this advice, …
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    Coronavirus restrictions: what you can and cannot do
    Some of the rules on what the Government say you can and cannot changed on 12 April. Many restrictions remain in place. You must not socialise indoors with anyone you do not live with, unless you have formed a support bubble with …
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    Coronavirus and the social impacts on Great Britain: 16 April 2021
    The latest Government Coronavirus and the social impacts on Great Britain report is out. It is based on the Indicators from the Opinions and Lifestyle Survey covering the periods 31 March to 4 April and 7 April to 11 April 2021 …
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    COVID-19: shielding guidance round-up
    Here’s the Government’s complete range of information for shielding and protecting people defined on medical grounds as extremely vulnerable from COVID-19. Although shielding officially ceased at the beginning of …
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    Report, Unequal Impact? Coronavirus, disability and access to services
    The Women and Equalities Committee published its Report Unequal Impact? Coronavirus, disability and access to services: full Report (HC 1050), on 22 December 2020. The Women and Equalities Committee is appointed by the House of …
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    Vaccine Report: Blood Clots “Extremely Rare”
    From the BMJ Website Investigations by EU and UK regulators into reports of unusual blood clots after receiving the Oxford-AstraZeneca covid-19 vaccine have concluded that these are a “possible” and “extremely rare” side effect. …
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    Healthy Minds Calderdale – April-June Courses Etc
    Take a look at the upcoming courses and regular workshops and groups from Healthy Minds Calderdale. For the present everything is run over zoom with joining instructions emailed before the sessions. Workshops, Courses and Groups …
  • Twice weekly rapid testing to be available to everyone in England
    Everyone in England will be able to access free, regular, rapid coronavirus (COVID-19) testing from 9 April 2021, the Government has announced. Everyone in England, including those without symptoms, will be able to take a free …
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    Access To Work Factsheet
    This is the Government’s latest information on the Access to Work scheme, which aims to help more disabled people start or stay in work. Changes to Access to Work during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak Read …
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    Advice: Providing unpaid care to adults with learning disabilities & autism
    This Government guidance is for anyone who provides unpaid care, such as friends or family, to adults with learning disabilities and autistic adults. It has been updated in line with the latest easing of lockdown regulations. The …
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    Face-to-face assessments to resume for health and disability benefits
    The Government’s Department For Work and Pensions (DWP) has announced that, “in line with the latest public health guidance and adhering to strict safety protocols”, it is to begin reintroducing face-to-face assessments for …
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    Vaccination Priority For Those Living With Immunosuppressed Adults
    The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) has advised the government to prioritise people for the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine who are over 16 and living with adults who have weakened immune systems, such as …
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    Report: Coronavirus and clinically extremely vulnerable people in England
    Coronavirus and clinically extremely vulnerable people in England: 18 January to 30 January 2021. This is a Government report which offers analysis of clinically extremely vulnerable people in England during the coronavirus …
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    Healthy Minds Calderdale’s latest Workshops, Courses & Groups
    Here are Healthy Minds Calderdale’s latest Workshops, Courses & Groups running for the period April – June 2021 To book or for further details: Email: Nicky@healthymindscalderdale.co.uk Or call: 01422 345154 For wider …
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    Coronavirus Restrictions – 29 March: What’s changed?
    Some of the Government’s Coronavirus rules on what you can and cannot do change on 29 March. However, many restrictions remain in place. You must not socialise indoors with anyone you do not live with or have formed a …
  • Government launches mental health and wellbeing recovery plan
    The UK Government has launched a plan to prevent, mitigate and respond to the mental health impacts of the pandemic during 2021 to 2022. Here’s their brief introduction to the plan, along with a link to the full document. …
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    Vaccination: Don’t Let Your Guard Down Too Soon!
    Health services are observing a rise in Coronavirus infections in people shortly after they have received their first vaccination, suggesting that many people are letting their guard down before the vaccine has taken effect. …
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    Coronavirus Vaccine Scams – Helpful Info
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    AstraZeneca vaccine prevents 100% of severe disease
    Article from the BMJ website Interim analysis of a phase III trial has found that the vaccine produced by Oxford University and AstraZeneca was 79% effective at preventing symptomatic covid-19 and 100% effective at preventing …
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    End of Shielding: BSL Version of Government Advice
    More than 3.7 million vulnerable people in England will no longer have to shield from the coronavirus from 1 April. The Government is sending a letter to all of them explaining this decision and updating advice on preventing the …
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    West Yorkshire Covid-19 vaccination update
    The vaccine rollout in West Yorkshire is continuing apace, with latest figures (5 March) showing that 683,801 people have now been vaccinated. This is almost a third of all adults in the region and reflects the huge efforts of …
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    Ongoing advice for clinically extremely vulnerable people
    This is the latest (March 18th) advice from the Government for people who have been shielding. Shielding advice is being paused nationally from 31 March. From 1 April you are no longer advised to shield, but you must continue to …
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    Letter To Clincally Vulnerable With End of Shielding Advice
    Guidance for clinically extremely vulnerable is changing from 1 April and the Government have sent the following letter to everyone who is on their shielding list.  On 22 February the Government published a roadmap out of the …
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    Shielding To End On 1 April
    More than 3.7 million vulnerable people in England will no longer have to shield from the coronavirus from 1 April. It comes as the numbers of Covid-19 cases and hospital admissions have declined for the past couple of weeks. …
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    Department of Public Health Backs Vaccine Safety
    I am worried that the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine isn’t safe as I’ve heard some countries are stopping using it – should I still have it? It’s a question that’s been concerning some people in recent days! Here’s …
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    Coronavirus: Government guidance for people receiving direct payments
    The Government has published a series of advice documents for people who buy care and support through a direct payment, as well as local authorities, clinical commissioning groups and those who provide care and support. Here are …
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    Coronavirus – A Quick Guide To The Vaccine & Vaccination
    Coronavirus can affect anyone. The Covid-19 vaccines will help protect you against the disease and reduce the risk of you becoming seriously ill. Here’s what you need to know: • Like all vaccines, the Covid-19 vaccines teach your …
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    Statistics: Vaccine hesitancy amongst people with disabilities
    This is part of a larger government paper on attitudes to and take-up of the Coronavirus vaccine by various sections of the UK population. This is the specific info on people with disabilities – you can read the full report …
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    BSL Videos: Coronavirus Vaccination Guide
    This is the Government’s latest information for eligible adults on COVID-19 vaccination in a BSL format: The COVID-19 vaccination for older adults leaflet is available to download. Paper copies are also available to order. …
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    COVID-19: Overcrowded housing – reducing the risk of infection
    The government has published guidance that explains the additional steps you should consider to reduce the risk of catching or passing on COVID-19 for people who live in: accommodation with shared facilities, such as a block of …
  • Mental Health – Who To Call!
    Here’s a quick reminder from our friends at Calderdale council of a few of the mental health resources available to everyone in Calderdale – also visit our Mental Health Page for lots more options and places to turn. …
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    Obesity & Covid-19 – A Catalyst for Change
    The evidence is clear that obesity is a risk factor for severe covid-19 disease and death. Writing on the BMJ website, Meera Senthilingam asks what this increased urgency has done to boost action against this other epidemic …
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    NHS Vaccine Text Messages – How To Recognise Them
    From March 9 the NHS will begin texting people inviting them to book their life saving COVID jab, making it quicker and more convenient to get an appointment. Almost 400,000 people aged 55 and over and 40,000 unpaid carers will …
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    Calderdale Council Covid-19 Update
    As children return to school and mix, it’s inevitable the virus will spread, so it’s important that those of us that aren’t school children, do all we can to prevent the Virus spreading. This means staying at home as much as …
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    Recent DWP Announcements & Budget Fallout
    Key points from this week’s Budget announcement Extension of furlough and support for the self-employed The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will be extended until the end of September. Employees will continue to receive 80% of …
  • The Government’s Back To School & College Information
    What parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges during COVID-19 – this is the government’s information for parents and carers about attending schools, nurseries and colleges in …
  • Lockdown – Rules That Change On 8 March
    March 8th is the first date when changes are made to the lockdown rules in England. It marks the first steps on the government’s easing of Coronavirus restrictions which it published as the ‘COVID-19 Response – Spring …