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COVID-19 will be a feature of our lives for the foreseeable future, so we need to learn to live with it and manage the risk to ourselves and others. The government has removed all remaining domestic restrictions in England, but there are still simple steps you can take to reduce the risk of catching and spreading COVID-19.
Read the full guidance on staying safe and preventing the spread of coronavirus on the Government website.
NHS and other healthcare services have been open throughout the pandemic and are available to help you when you need us. We want to do everything we can to keep you well. If you do need care, make sure you know which services to use by visiting our help us help you pages. This will ensure you get the right treatment in the right place at the right time and help others by using NHS services wisely.
Whilst the government has removed all remaining domestic restrictions in England, testing for patients and staff in healthcare settings remains, as well as the need to wear masks in healthcare settings unless you are exempt.
The consistent application of infection control measures in healthcare settings, alongside the roll out of the vaccine programme and staff and patient testing, remains the most effective defence against the entry and spread of COVID-19 in healthcare settings.
Please continue to attend all booked appointments unless you are contacted by the NHS and told otherwise. However, please do not attend a healthcare setting if you have any symptoms of COVID-19.
If you need to visit somebody in one of our hospitals, please visit the relevant hospital trust’s website below to find their latest visiting guidance: