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FROM 19TH JULY WE ASK YOU STILL WEAR A FACE MASK AND SOCIAL DISTANCE WHEN COMING TO THE SURGERY





 



 

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CORONAVIRUS VACCINE UPDATE.  

DO NOT COME TO THE SURGERY FOR ANY REASON IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS OF COVID, WHICH INCLUDE HIGH TEMPERATURE, CONTINUOUS COUGH OR LOSS OF TASTE OR SENSE OF SMELL

FROM 19TH JULY WE ASK YOU STILL WEAR A FACE MASK AND SOCIAL DISTANCE WHEN COMING TO THE SURGERY

With England easing covid restrictions from 19th July we wanted to update all our patients on what that means for you when you visit Dunster and Porlock Surgery.
Upon reviewing guidance and recent covid statistics we ask that all our patients continue to wear face masks and continue to observe social distancing when they visit the surgery for any reason. The continuation of these requirements will help ensure that you, our patients, can feel confident and remain looked after when visiting us and help us keep our staff well and in turn our staff will continue to wear facemasks to keep you well.
 
We will continue to monitor guidance and thank everyone for helping us ease out of lockdown safely.

VACCINE PASS 

More information can be found here with regard to Vaccine Pass' should you be travelling abroad.  Please read this before contacting the GP surgery.

FIRST AND/OR SECOND VACCINATIONS 

If you are aged over 18 or over you are now able to book your covid vaccination by using the following link: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/book-coronavirus-vaccination/, through the NHS App or by calling 119 direct.  

Information can be found in an updated Vaccination Guide to answer your questions about covid-19 vaccinations and blood clotting.

RAPID FLOW TESTS

You can find a pharmacist or order your rapid flow tests on line here

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