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Coronavirus information Suffolk - Local advice in Suffolk

Last updated: 31/08/2023 

Latest news
  • From 11 September 2023 anybody over 65, older adult care home residents and immunosuppressed people are to receive jabs. More info here
    • Vaccinations will begin on 11 September for those most at risk, including adult care home residents and people who are immunosuppressed.
    • From 18 September, the NHS will start to invite people in priority order of risk and those eligible will be able to book an appointment on the National Booking Service
  • Vaccinations for children aged 6 months to 4 years: If your child is aged six months to four years, they may be eligible for a Covid-19 vaccination if they have a medical condition. Find out more here

Find a walk-in clinic near you

Any person eligible for a vaccination can also search for a walk-in clinic near to their location by using the national NHS vaccination finder tool.

Getting your booster

Lateral flow tests (Rapid test)?

Most people in England can no longer get free tests. However, you may still be able to get free tests, if for example:

  • you're eligible for COVID-19 treatments
  • you're being admitted into hospital
  • you work in the NHS or in adult social care
  • your GP or healthcare professional has recently asked you to get a test

Order rapid lateral flow tests to be sent to your home if you’re eligible: Order coronavirus (COVID-19) rapid lateral flow tests - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

How to buy rapid tests:

Tests are available from pharmacists or other retailers for about £2 per test


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