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Keeping Everyone Safe

Pick up a Rapid Flow Test Kit from your local library

  • Regular testing protects loved ones, family, friends and work colleagues. As people start to go out more, the risk of Covid-19 greatens. Regular testing helps keep as all safe
  • Around 1 in 3 people with Covid-19 don’t have any symptoms, but can still pass it on. The aim of the rapid testing is to test as many people as possible to help stop the spread of infections.
  • It has never been easier to get an asymptomatic testing. Test can be ordered online and delivered to your home, be picked up at local community collect points such as the library, testing sites and also local pharmacies.
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Let’s Go – Get Vaccinated

Grab your jab and help us stay open

We’re supporting the city’s fresh call for all eligible adults in Nottingham to get vaccinated against COVID-19. We want everyone to have the protection offered by the vaccine to reduce the spread of the virus – and help the city’s continued unlocking of current restrictions.

The more people who take up the offer of a vaccine, the more likely we’ll be able to remain open. Like you, we’re hoping all remaining social restrictions will be lifted as soon as possible.

Currently, everyone aged 18 and over can get the vaccine – to book your appointment, visit or call 119.

Anyone over the age of 40 does not need to book – they can simply turn up to any local vaccination centre – and, if you haven’t yet taken up the opportunity to be vaccinated, you haven’t missed out.

We want everyone to have the vaccine. Find out more at and find your nearest vaccination centre here.

Let’s all work together to keep each other safe and protected, so we can keep Nottingham open and move forward out of this pandemic.

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