Covid Update

Spring COVID-19 Vaccination Booster:


  • Those aged 75 or over (on 30 June 2024), people with a weakened immune system or who live in an older adult care home.

Visit: Getting a COVID-19 vaccine - NHS ( or telephone 119 to book. 


FACE MASKS are no longer mandatory. However, if you would prefer your clinician to wear a mask, please tell us at reception. 

Closure of the COVID Pass Service
The NHS COVID Pass service has now closed (4th December 2023).
There are no longer any domestic requirements to demonstrate vaccination status, and no countries require proof of COVID-19 vaccination as a condition of entry. 

Covid Antiviral Treatments - Community Access Arrangements from 27th June 2023

Covid Medicines Delivery Unit (CMDU)

Access to treatments for COVID-19

NHS England has written to the majority of patients who are currently eligible for treatments for COVID-19, to inform them the way they access these treatments is changing.

From Tuesday 27 June, eligible patients will be able to self-refer to the COVID Medicines Delivery Unit (CMDU), which provides antiviral medicines to patients who have tested positive for COVID-19 and who identify as belonging to the highest risk clinical subgroup.

This includes some patients with cancer, blood conditions, kidney disease, liver disease and auto-immune diseases, among others.

If you are an eligible patient and test positive for COVID-19, please contact the CMDU directly and self-refer by:

Patients will be assessed within 24 hours of referral.

Further information is available online: