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The new NHS COVID-19 app, now available to download for free in England and Wales, is the fastest way to see if you're at risk from coronavirus. The faster you know, the quicker you can alert and protect your loved ones and community.

The app has a number of tools to protect you, including contact tracing, local area alerts and venue check-in. It uses proven technology from Apple and Google, designed to protect every user’s privacy. Read more about how we protect your data and privacy.


The free NHS COVID-19 app is a vital part of the NHS Test and Trace service in England, and the NHS Wales Test, Trace, Protect service. Follow these guides for help on how to download and install


iPhone: https://www.covid19.nhs.uk/iphone-download-guide.html

Android: https://www.covid19.nhs.uk/android-download-guide.html




From John Arthur:


We have had a small incidence of fly tipping down the farm track leading away from the pond at the top of the Heydon lane. The items dumped are car and bike tyres, small industrial gas canisters and a small fridge, all items which are not always accepted at recycling centers with ease.

The fly tipping occurred during the night of Friday 11th September.

The land is owned by John Aktar and we have asked him to remove the items and other previous small scale fly tipping.

Given the small scale of the fly tipping and that this is the now the fifth occasion this has happened this year at this location, it would seem likely that the perpetrators are unfortunately relatively local.

Thank you

John

Thanks to Laurence Jacobs for forwarding this information:


2020 Flu Clinics

In the wake of coronavirus, it is more important than ever to have your flu vaccination.

However, with Covid-19 comes the challenge as to how we vaccinate 10,000+ Granta patients in a socially-distanced manner, to ensure the safety of our patients, our staff and our local community.

Duxford Imperial War Museum has very kindly agreed to help us and we will be holding "drive-thru" flu clinics on Saturday 3rd October and Saturday 17th October. If you cannot get to these clinics please don't worry; we will make sure that the patients who can't attend or who cannot drive will be seen in smaller clinics at our surgeries. If you are housebound separate arrangements will be made for you.

Patients eligible for a free NHS flu vaccination include those patients who will be 65 years old before 31st March 2021, and those patients 6 months of age and up to and including 64 years of age if they fall into one or more of the "at risk" groups. You can find further details of the "at risk" groups at https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/vaccinations/who-should-have-flu-vaccine/

To book your flu appointment please call 0300 234 5555

As you will have heard on the news, the government has now extended the flu programme to include everyone 50 years old and over, plus household members of shielded patients. However, NHS England wants us to prioritise the "at risk" patients first, and the new second cohort of patients will be vaccinated towards the end of the year. We will send out further details as soon as we have them.

Children aged 2 years old and 3 years old are automatically eligible to be vaccinated by us. These will be done in our surgeries, unless the child can attend a drive-thru with an eligible adult in the car.

Children from 4 years old to 11 years old will be vaccinated at school, unless they fall into an "at risk" category.

When booking your appointment slot please note:
  • Each appointment is for a car - the names of all eligible people who will be in the car MUST be pre-registered when booking the appointment.

  • There can be a mix of ages in the car, including eligible children. However children can only be booked in if parents or another adult in the car is also eligible.

  • You MUST pre-book your flu appointment. Please do not just turn up on the day - you will be sent away without being given the vaccination.

On-the-day advice for patients:
  • It is important that you arrive within your time slot given.

  • You will be vaccinated whilst you sit in your car - you drive in and then drive out.

  • On arrival at IWM there will be people to direct you and signs to follow.

  • If there are any changes to the people that are in your car you must inform us in advance otherwise they will not be vaccinated.

  • You must attend wearing a short-sleeved top so your arm / shoulder is quickly accessible.

  • You must wear a mask, covering your mouth and nose.

  • The postcode for SatNav's is CB22 4QR.

  • If you should decide to stay on and visit the museum after your vaccination please be aware that you will have to pre-book tickets in advance through the IWM website www.iwm.org.uk/visits/iwm-duxford. You will not be able to purchase tickets for the museum on the day.

We would like to thank Duxford Imperial War Museum for accommodating us in this fantastic community collaboration.



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