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Taking Sick Leave

Employees can take time off work if they're ill. They need to give their employer proof if they're ill for more than 28 days.
If they started their sick leave before 10 December 2021, they must give proof if they've been ill for more than 7 days.
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Monday 13th December 2021

'We know people will be anxious to get their booster jabs following the announcement on Sunday 12th December.  Unfortunately, we haven’t had any advance notice of the information before the announcement by the prime minister.  We will be trying to organise the logistics of any additional jabs as soon as possible.

In the meantime, please don’t ring reception to try and book a jab. If we are able to arrange extra clinics we will send invites to patients as and when appointments are available.  

As things stand currently you are eligible to BOOK a booster if:

It's been 2 months (61 days) since your 2nd dose and you're in one of these groups:

  • aged 30 years old and over
  • aged 16 years old and over with a health condition that puts you at high risk from COVID-19
  • frontline health and social care workers

There are 3 ways for eligible people to book their booster.

National Booking Service

or attend a walk-in clinic

 or by calling 119.

As soon as the eligibility for boosters expands as was announced we will let you know.

*Whatever this pandemic brings, we are committed to offering our patients some of the very best General Practice care that is possible*


Get your NHS COVID Pass letter

Use this service to get a letter showing your coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination status.

You can use this letter if you're travelling abroad, or going to an event, and need proof you've had your COVID-19 vaccination.

If you're going to an event, you'll need to wait 2 weeks after you've been fully vaccinated before you can use this letter.

Other ways to get your NHS COVID Pass

You can get a digital version of your NHS COVID Pass by:
•downloading the NHS App
•using the online COVID Pass service

You need to have an NHS login for this.

Or you can call 119 to get a letter sent to you if you cannot get a letter online.


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