Tag Archive for: covid

Remember Simple Precautions After Rise in COVID Cases During June

People are being reminded to remember simple COVID precautions in response to the county, and country as a whole, currently going through another phase of rising cases. During the last […]

Bell Surgery Hosts Thank You Party for Covid Volunteers

The Bell Surgery invited their Covid volunteers who have helped with vaccination clinics over the last 2 years during the pandemic to a party at Leander Club on Friday. Around […]

Covid-19 Vaccinations Start all for 5-11 year olds

All children aged 5 – 11 are now able to get a vaccination against COVID-19. The Joint Committee for Vaccination and Immunisation has advised that 5 -11 year olds are […]

Health Director Says Act With Caution and Consideration as Pandemic Enters New Phase

People in Henley are being urged to act with caution and consideration following the prime minister’s significant announcement about COVID-19 rule changes. Despite recent welcome declines in the number of […]

Parents Encouraged to Get Children Jabbed During Half-Term

Parents are being encouraged to get their children aged 12 to 15 jabbed with a 1st or 2nd COVID vaccination dose during the half-term holiday. The school break is also […]

Covid Cases Showing Sharp Rise in Children

People in Oxfordshire are being asked to remain cautious as COVID cases have bounced back sharply after showing declines during much of January – rates in children are particularly high. […]

Update on Covid Booster Vaccination Programme

The local HenleySonNet Primary Care Network (PCN) consisting of The Hart and The Bell Surgeries in Henley, Sonning Common Health Centre, and Nettlebed Surgery, have been engaged in delivery of […]

Surgeries to Withdraw From Vaccination Programme

HenleySonNet PCN (The Bell Surgery, The Hart Surgery, Nettlebed Surgery and Sonning Common Health Centre) has officially given notice to withdraw from the COVID-19 Vaccination Programme and this will  be […]

Have Your Say – Blood Cancer Patients Being Denied Life-saving COVID Vaccines

Dear Editor, As a charity representing the 24,000 people in the UK with the incurable blood cancer myeloma, we are extremely concerned to see vulnerable patients being denied life-saving COVID-19 […]

Residents Encouraged to Keep Testing and Isolating as COVID Cases Rise

People in Oxfordshire are being reminded of the importance of socially responsible behaviours – testing, isolating and taking extra care – to keep themselves and their families safe from COVID-19 […]