Coronavirus update

Vaccination Update
As at 7th March, 52,677,564 people had received a first dose of a coronavirus vaccine (91.6% of the population aged 12 and over) and 49,120,352 people both doses (80.3%). A total of 38,396,473 people had received a booster jab (66.8%).

Spring Booster Jabs
On March 3rd the government announced that people aged 75 years and older, residents in care homes for older people and those with weakened immune systems will be offered a spring booster coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine (i.e. a fourth jab). Appointments will be available from the National Booking Service shortly. For more information, please see here.

NHS Covid Pass
The government have produced updated guidance on the use of the NHS COVID Pass to demonstrate your coronavirus (COVID-19) status when travelling abroad and domestically at venues and settings in England. Although since 27th January it is no longer mandatory for venues to require attendees to demonstrate their COVID-19 status, some venues or events may still choose to require proof of COVID-19 status as a condition of entry. For further details please see here.