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We are now requesting that patients wear a face covering or mask to cover your mouth and nose when attending the surgeries in line with the latest guidance. You must source before coming to the surgery; the surgery cannot provide masks to patients.





 



 

When to self-isolate and what to do

 Self isolation leaflet

You may notice some decorative bunting around Dunster Surgery. We are Joining in the #BuntingBonaza Organised by Dunster365. The Bunting around the surgery has been made by a staff members daughter- made from old NHS uniforms.

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Thank you for brightening up the surgery!
All photos copyright 2020, Nina Dodd Photography

SCCS Village, Community & Carers Agents provide confidential, practical community-based solutions for people, wherever they are in Somerset.

 

During this COVID-19 emergency CCS Agents are still providing their regular service via telephone or email, and are a key point of contact within the community - especially if you do not know who to turn to.

Contact your local agent by clicking here to complete the very short form and a member of the team will be in touch.

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Recruiting now: new drug trial in coronavirus infections

If you are over 65 (or 50-64 and have an underlying medical condition) and have either a new cough or temperature (in the last 7 days) then you may be eligible to be part in a nationwide trial of drugs (such as azithromycin) that Dunster and Porlock Surgeries is a part of.  All you need to do is go online to the trial website where you’ll fill in a questionnaire (to make sure you ARE eligible) and consent to joining the trial. 

Go to https://sentry.phc.ox.ac.uk/sentry/principle/live/survey/open?id=screening&sc=DUN for the questionnaire

More information about the trial- click here

 

(Site updated 03/07/2020)
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