COVID-19 local and national weekly help and advice

Week beginning the 3rd May 2021 update

We are still on Step 2 of the lockdown roadmap

If you have travelled abroad recently and aren't sure of the quarantine rules please refer to this checklist

Public health notice

Please referer to the Government guidelines for the Red List Countries

If you are over 40 years old you can now book your vaccination

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Register for your vaccination here

On the 9th of May there will be a pop up vaccination centre in Hatfield for the BAME and the Eastern European communities between 12pm-3pm at Marychurch Catholic Church 26 Salisbury Square Hatfield AL9 5JD

Hatfield pop up vaccination centre

The Garden City GP practice are setting up a pop up vaccination clinic aimed at those in the BAME and Eastern European communities. Take a look at the leaflet to find out more.

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Has COVID-19 had an impact on you and your family?

Family in crisis

Mind in Mid Herts and Hertfordshire Mind Network are carrying out a survey. The aim of the survey is to understand the impact Covid-19 has had on people living in Hertfordshire. This survey will cover social support enabling people to come together with their peers to enjoy shared interests in creative arts, leisure or sport to reduce isolation, build confidence and support mental wellbeing.The survey can be found here

If anyone would like help completing this survey they can email or telephone 03303 208100 between 10am and 4pm Monday to Friday.

fertility and the vaccination

Click here to access more information on the vaccination and fertility

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"What will you be doing?" #WWYBD  COVID-19 campaign needs you !

What will you do Campaign

Herts County Council is encouraging people to keep following the rules in pub gardens, gyms, shops, and private gardens so that there isn't a delay in the reopening of sports grounds, restaurants, and cinemas.

From this week, businesses in the community will be showing their support by displaying the campaign message: "What will you be doing?" outside their venues and posting images on social media using the hashtag #WWYBD.

This message invites people to look forward to what they'll be doing this summer as restrictions ease, but also asks what they'll be doing to stop the spread of coronavirus.

Herts County Council is looking for businesses, clubs and community venues to take part. It could be a cinema with a letter board outside, a theatre with a poster board for its upcoming events, or a sports club with a street-facing fixture board. Herts County Council can provide posters where needed.

For further details, please contact

Remember children under the age of 11 years old do not need a lateral flow COVID-19 test unless recomended by a health professional

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Unsure about whether or not you shouId have the COVID-19 Vaccine?


If you have any questions about whether the vaccine is right for you, please come along to a free Zoom Q&A which is taking place on Saturday 15 May, from 10 - 11:30am.

Organised in partnership with the Diocese of Westminster, the webinar is open to all residents across Hertfordshire and will see a panel of eminent medical experts, including Prof. Kevin Fenton (regional director of Public Health London) answering all your questions live and in person.

Join the webinar at Passcode: 546617

Visit the Welhat Borough Council COVID-19 Advice page here if you haven't found what you are looking for