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COVID-19 Symptom Free testing at All Saints Parish Hall 18th & 19th February 2021

Covid All Saints Poster Feb 12 2021

Symptom-Free Covid Testing for Ormesby, Scratby & California residents – Thursday 18th & Friday 19th February 2021 at All Saints Parish Hall

GYBC are working with Norfolk Public Health to trial symptom-free covid testing in the Great Yarmouth Borough and are undertaking testing for Ormesby, Scratby and California residents on Thursday 18th and Friday 19th February at All Saints Parish Hall.  Posters will be going up in the area and flyers delivered.

 

The official invitation is below – there is no need to book.

 

If you need to leave your home for work, you don’t have any Covid symptoms and live Scratby, California or Ormesby St Margaret, you are invited to take part in our symptom-free testing initiative. Simply come along for rapid testing at All Saints Parish Hall, Beach Rd, Scratby, Great Yarmouth NR29 3AJ any time between 8am and 4pm on any of the following dates:

 

Thursday 18th February

Friday 19th February

 

Many infected people have no symptoms, so could be spreading the virus without knowing it. Great Yarmouth Borough Council, in partnership with Norfolk Public Health, are testing people without symptoms living in a number of areas with higher infection rates, to help find some of those infected people so they can self-isolate, protect the NHS and save lives.

 

Please remember to wear your face-covering inside the testing centre. Your results will be available in 30 minutes. If you have a smart phone, download the NHS COVID-19 app from https://covid19.nhs.uk and bring your phone along, to allow you to get results on your phone later.

 

Testing slots are limited. Please come if you can. Please don’t come if you have a fever, a new, continuous cough, or a loss or change in smell or taste. Instead, self-isolate with your household and book a test at www.nhs.uk/coronavirus or call 119.

Hemsby Prescription collections at All Saints Parish Hall – 9/2/21

Hemsby Pharmacy has been in contact this morning.

They have advised that they did have prescriptions for collection yesterday but take up was low due to the weather conditions.

They will not be at the hall today (Tuesday) but will be there Wednesday, Thursday and Friday this week.  Then each day except Wednesday.

They have also advised that they do have an additional driver to cover if they have staff absence.

Please contact the pharmacy if you have any worries over your medication.

All Saints Parish Hall Closed

The parish hall is now closed due to the Government restrictions.

We will look to re-opening once the current lockdown has finished.

Thank you to everyone for their support and we hope to see you again soon.

All Saints Parish Hall – Covid 19 Update – QR Code

All Saints Parish Hall QR Code - Sept 20

All Saints Parish Hall – NHS Track & Trace QR Code

In conjunction with the NHS COVID-19 Test and Trace programme, which you can download from the App Store or Google Play, the  All Saints Parish Hall has been set up with a QR code which can be used in conjunction  with app.

The codes will be at the entrance to the hall and in the foyer.

We encourage all visitors to the hall to download the app and to check in by using the QR code when they arrive.

This is a voluntary action, no information is kept or stored by our organisation. This is to assist the NHS Test and Track service in being able to respond rapidly to any potential infections.

Thank you for the part you are playing in helping us to keep our hall open and safe.

Guidance on how the NHS Test and Trace works can be found by clicking on the attached link. 

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/nhs-test-and-trace-how-it-works

All Saints Parish Council re-opens on 2nd September

All Saints Parish Hall re-Opening Leaflet - Sept 20