All UK travel corridors are CLOSED in the face of new variants.
To come to the UK you must have:
⚫ proof of a negative Covid test you took in the 72 hours before leaving
⚫ filled in your Passenger Locator Form
Local Vaccination Centres
Please note that vaccinations are strictly by appointment only and that you should wait until contacted.
No one will be admitted without an appointment.
Read what to expect after your vaccination
This list is not definitive as centres are being opened all the time, but will be updated as information becomes available.
West Sussex GP led vaccination services
Leacroft Surgery, for patients at:
• Bridge Medical Centre
• Ifield Medical Practice
• Langley Corner Surgery
• Leacroft Medical Practice
• Southgate Medical Group
Saxonbrook Medical Centre, for patients at:
• Bewbush Medical Centre
• Coachmans Medical Practice
• Furnace Green Surgery
• Gossops Green Medical Centre
• Saxonbrook Medical Centre
Poundhill Medical Practice, for patients at:
• Poundhill Medical Practice
• Woodlands & Clerklands Partnership
Christ’s Hospital Blue Coats, for patients at:
• Cowfold Surgery
• Rudgwick Medical Centre
• The Courtyard Surgery
• Village Surgery
Park Surgery, for patients at:
• Holbrook Surgery
• Orchard Surgery
• Park Surgery
• Riverside Surgery
The Glebe Surgery, for patients at:
• The Glebe Surgery
Mid Sussex District
Meridian Hall, East Grinstead for patients at:
• Crawley Down Health Centre
• Judges Close Surgery
Alliance for Better Care
23 Wheelers Ln, Smallfield, Horley RH6 9PT
Canon (Woodhatch Place)
Reigate RH2 8BF
Oxted vaccination centre
Tandridge District Council offices
Local COVID Alert Levels in England
ENGLAND was placed in a full national lockdown on Monday 4th January which replaced the existing tier system with immediate effect.
It is expected that the new lockdown will last until the middle of February.
People in England must now stay at home apart from five exceptions:
This can include with one other person from outside someone’s household or support/childcare bubble
All primary schools, secondary schools and colleges are closed and have moved to online learning.
More information at www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Self Isolation period reduced to 10 days
Self-isolation is essential to reducing the spread of COVID as it breaks the chains of transmission. After reviewing the evidence, we are now confident that we can reduce the number of days that contacts self-isolate from 14 days to 10 days.
People who return from countries which are not on the travel corridor list should also self-isolate for 10 days instead of 14 days.
People who test positive should continue to self-isolate for 10 days from onset of symptoms or 10 days from point of taking a positive test if asymptomatic.
We urge everyone to self-isolate when appropriate, it will save lives.
For more information, visit https://www.gov.uk
The Covid-19 vaccination is currently being offered to people most at risk from coronavirus.
The NHS will let you know when it’s your turn to have the vaccine, based on the latest advice on priority groups from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation.
Find out more from nhs.uk/covidvaccine
The Covid-19 App
The NHS COVID-19 app is now available to the public in England and Wales.
Download today from:
The ‘Rule of Six’
Social gatherings of more than six people are banned across England, Wales and Scotland as the government seeks to curb the rise in coronavirus cases.
The rules were implemented from Monday, 14th September and the change in the law introduced as the number of daily positive COVID-19 cases in the UK began to surge.
NHS Test and Trace
An overview of the NHS test and trace service, including what happens if you test positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) or have had close contact with someone who has tested positive.
Get a test to check if you have coronavirus, understand your test result and find out what to do if you’re contacted by NHS Test and Trace.
Testing and tracing for coronavirus
Every Mind Matters
Coronavirus Support Information