Here's what you can do to prevent the spread of the virus

Get tested twice a week – if you have no symptoms!

If you have no main Covid-19 symptoms or other symptoms – test yourself twice a week – it’s free and easy-to-do.

1 in 3 people with coronavirus have no symptoms. And even if you have been vaccinated, you could still spread COVID-19 to others.

View information about how to access the twice weekly testing in Testing and Wrekin

Get a test immediately if you have any of the three main coronavirus or as a precaution, if you have any other symptoms 

  • If you have COVID symptoms, however mild, you must self-isolate immediately for ten days and book a test.
  • Your close contacts must also self-isolate for 10 days.
  • If you have any other symptoms, get a test as a precaution. 

View information about getting a COVID-19 test if you are displaying symptoms

Get vaccinated as soon as you are offered the opportunity

Visit the NHS website to book your coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination

There is a high degree of confidence that the current COVID-19 vaccines will protect against the Delta Variant.

Remember "hands-face-space and fresh air"

  • Hands, face, space are absolutely essential and they work. 
  • Wash your hands, wear a face mask in indoor public spaces and keep distance with the others.

Look out for other people

  • Pick up the phone, see your family, friends or neighbours online and check if they are ok. 

Ask for help, should you need it

View information about the main COVID-19 symptoms or other symptoms

Last updated: 15/06/2021 09:36