COVID-19 Update

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RCC – Your weekly update Fri 29 Oct

Rutland recorded where can i buy Ivermectin ivermectin 176 confirmed cases of COVID-19 during the latest week (18 to 14 October) – a decrease of free dating sites in washington state 59 cases compared to the previous week. This equates to review 435 cases per 100,000 people. The average area in England had Quetiapine buy online 486. A total of 74 coronavirus-related deaths have been registered in Rutland up to 15 October.

Get the COVID vaccine to protect yourself and others
Anyone aged 16 and over can get the COVID vaccine without an appointment by visiting a drop-in clinic.
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First dose vaccinations for young people 
All young people aged 12 to 15 can now book their first COVID-19 vaccine dose online.
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What are the different COVID tests and when should you take them?
There are different tests you can get to check if you have COVID-19. The test you need depends on why you’re getting tested.
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COVID-19 booster vaccine: what you need to know
Booster vaccines are available for people most at risk from COVID who’ve had a second dose of vaccine at least six months ago.
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RCC- Your weekly update, Friday 22 October

Your weekly update, Friday 22 October

Rutland recorded 200 confirmed cases of COVID-19 during the latest week (12 to 18 October) – a decrease of 1 case compared to the previous week. This equates to 494 cases per 100,000 people. The average area in England had 484. A total of 74 coronavirus-related deaths have been registered in Rutland up to 8 October.

Update on increased COVID cases
Rutland’s Director of Public Health, Mike Sandys, has given an update about the recent rise in COVID cases and what you need to do to stay safe.
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More vaccination clinics for Rutland
There are more vaccination clinics being held in Rutland in the coming weeks for anyone aged 16 and over.
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COVID-19 booster vaccine: what you need to know
Booster vaccines are available for people most at risk from COVID who’ve had a second dose of vaccine at least six months ago.
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Please keep testing to protect yourself and others
It’s still important to keep taking regular COVID tests, even if you don’t have any symptoms. They’re still free to collect from lots of places.
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RCC your weekly update Fri 1 Oct

Your weekly update, Friday 1 October

Rutland recorded 133 confirmed cases of COVID-19 during the latest week (20 to 26 September) – an increase of 16 cases compared to the previous week. This equates to 329 cases per 100,000 people. The average area in England had 335. A total of 74 coronavirus-related deaths have been registered in Rutland up to 17 September.

More vaccination clinics confirmed for Rutland
Local NHS providers have shared details of further COVID vaccination clinics taking place in Rutland this month.
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COVID-19 booster vaccine: what you need to know
Booster vaccines will be available for people most at risk from COVID who’ve had a 2nd dose of vaccine at least six months ago.
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Guidance for those previously listed as clinically extremely vulnerable
Shielding has now ended in England, with new guidance published for those previously considered extremely vulnerable to COVID.
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