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Coronavirus Guidelines – Roadmap Step 4

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Since July 19th the Government have relaxed Coronavirus restrictions
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This does not mean Coronavirus has gone away
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People can still get sick, and sadly some people could still die
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There are things you still need to do to stay safe
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Getting a Coronavirus Vaccine is the best way to keep safe
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If you have any symptoms take a Coronavirus test
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If you test positive for Coronavirus you still need to self-isolate
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Download the NHS test and trace app, and self-isolate if it says you need to
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Keep good infection control measures
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Keep you windows open and your home well ventilated
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Supporters may also continue to use extra PPE’, like aprons and masks
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You are not legally required to wear face coverings, but may have to in certain situations, like large events or on public transport.
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You may need to show your NHS COVID Pass to get into some events, or travel abroad.

If you do not have a smart phone you can get a COVID Pass Letter.
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Some people are more likely to get ill from Coronavirus than others.

For example, if you have long term health conditions
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You may have had a letter in the past about ‘Shielding’

No-one is being asked to shield at the moment. But if you are at risk you may want to continue some of these precautions

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Talk to your GP or someone you trust to make a plan for keeping safe
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