COVID Bulletin: Friday 14 May 2021

COVID Bulletin: Friday 14 May 2021

Manchester City Council sent this bulletin at 14-05-2021 12:20 PM BST

Having trouble viewing this email? View it as a Web page.Manchester City Council logoCOVID Bulletin: Friday 14 May 2021If meeting indoors, remember to keep rooms well venitlatedGuidance around meeting indoorsWe are all looking forward to restrictions easing from next week, so we can do more of what we love. Everyone has already done so much to get us here. We are asking you to keep following the Covid guidance and still be cautious, especially when it comes to meeting indoors.From Monday 17 May more Covid-19 restrictions will be eased in England. This includes:indoor gatherings of six people or two householdsnew guidance on meeting friends and familyoutdoor gatherings of up to 30 peopleMore information: gov.uk Gov UK WebsiteHands, Face, Fresh Air & SpaceKeep doing your bit Covid hasn’t gone away We can all play our part in stopping coronavirus variants. You can help by:Washing your hands regularlyKeep your distance from other peopleWearing a face covering when requiredMeeting people outside or keeping rooms well ventilatedThanks for your help to keep Manchester safe – manchester.gov.uk/coronavirus A free rapid covid test is the best way to protect you and your loved onesA free rapid covid test is the best way to protect you and your loved ones Having a free rapid Covid test twice a week (for people without symptoms) is the best way to protect you and your loved ones from the virus. Maqsood Ahmad, Chief Exec of the British Muslim Heritage Centre shows how easy it is to pick up free rapid Covid test kits from your local pharmacy or library in Manchester. Regular rapid testing is important as 1 in 3 people can carry (and potentially spread) the virus without knowing it.Just a reminder that some of our assisted testing sites will close at:Moss Side Leisure Centre ATS – closes on Saturday 15 May 2021FC United – closes on Saturday 15 May 2021Platt Fields – closes on Monday 17 May 2021 www.NHS.uk/get-testedGet TestedDates for Pop up Covid Vaccination events in Manchester  These clinics are offering the second vaccination for residents who have already received their first vaccine dose. You can also receive your first vaccine here however there must be a gap of 12 weeks between doses. Male and female staff are available to administer the vaccine. BookingDrop in or pre-book by calling 0800 092 4020 or 0161 947 0770. Lines open Mon-Fri 8am-6pm Drop in locations: Harpurhey shopping centre Thurs 3 June 10am-4pmAddress (Asda Car Park) and (Market car park) M9 4DJ Tesco Higher BlackleyOpening times Tuesday 8 June 10am-4pm and Monday 14 June 10am-4pmAddress Victoria Ave E, Blackley, M9 6HP Stay safe this EidEid Mubarak!
Many people across Manchester are celebrating Eid this week. Here, Imam Nasr Ishfaq shares his best wishes with the Muslim community and gives advice on how to mark the festival safely, in line with the current Covid rules. Eid Mubarak! Chag Sameach (happy holiday) Please celebrate Shavuot safely with your family and friends by following the government’s Covid-19 guidance. For more information visit gov.ukRemember the golden rulesπŸ‘‹ Hands
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