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The government has set out its Living With COVID-19 plan
People with COVID-19 are no longer legally required to self-isolate however, guidance recommends that those who test positive stay at home and avoid contact with others for at least five full days.
Masks are no longer legally required in most public spaces - although wearing one, in some situations, is still strongly encouraged
Get all of your COVID-19 vaccinations including first, second and booster jabs to help stop the spread. There are a number of walk in vaccination clinics in Wirral, where no appointment is required or you can book in advance through the National Booking System.
Living with COVID
The Government has announced the next step in its Covid strategy, ‘Living with Covid’, and UKHSA is supporting it by providing advice to help people make informed decisions in order to live safely with Covid.
Help to keep your communities safe by signing up as a Wirral Community Champion! As a Community Champion you will receive a range of free resources, posters, social media images and regular newsletters so that you can share all the latest information.
Got a question on COVID-19? Ask Wirral’s Director of Public Health, Julie Webster. Frequently asked questions will be answered on this page and in our community champions newsletter
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Community COVID-19 testing will end in Wirral, and across England, on Friday 1st April.
A second COVID-19 booster vaccine is being rolled out this week, with those in vulnerable groups able to come forward to receive a fourth jab.
COVID-19 cases have risen by 63% in Wirral, in the last week. Between 3 March 2022 and 9 March 2022, 1,503 people had a confirmed positive test result.