The Manchester Message – Covid advice from 19 July   Please carry on helping to keep our city safe as Covid case numbers are high, by:
      •    Meeting outside
      •    Getting your jabs
      •    Getting tested regularly
      •    Wearing a face covering in busy places
      •    Wash hands regularly
      •    Self-isolating: If you have symptoms or test positive
      •    Think about others: Protect people more vulnerable to Covid by seeing them when your both fully
      •    Parents keep covid out of school by doing regular rapid tests Find out more here: Download the messages on how to keep our city safe
  Vaccination pop-up sites in Manchester
If you require your 1st or 2nd dose of AstraZeneca, Moderna or Pfizer this week, you can visit a Covid-19 walk-in centre. NHS guidelines remain, that an eight week interval is required between your first and second jab. Find your nearest Covid-19 vaccination drop-in centre:   Stop the spread – Get tested twice a week
We all need to continue to take free rapid coronavirus tests twice a week. This is how we track the virus and stop its spread. Make sure you register your result, even if it is negative.   Wear your face covering on public transport in Greater Manchester
Here in Greater Manchester, we’re well known for looking out for each other. That’s why we’re encouraging you to continue wearing your face covering on buses and trains unless you are exempt. Let’s keep each other safe. More information here:   New Covid symptoms to look out for Delta Variant
New Covid symptoms to look out for:  
      •    Diarrhoea
      •    Blocked/runny nose
      •    Aching muscles
      •    Long-lasting headache
      •    Vomiting
      •    Sore throat
      •    Feeling tired and unwell
If you have any of these, or any of the three main symptoms (a new continuous cough, a high temperature or a change to how things taste or smell) book a PCR test. When booking your PCR test, say you have been asked to by the Council.   Website resources On our website you can find a range of resources and support aimed at local charities, community groups, voluntary organisations and social enterprises on issues relating to Covid-19, view our website resources here These pages will be regularly updated and added to, if you have any resources or learning to share or if there is anything you think needs to be added, please email:



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