Self-isolation removed for double-jabbed close contacts
From Monday 16 August, people who are double jabbed or aged under 18 are no longer be legally required to self-isolate if they are identified as a close contact of a positive Covid-19 case. See more on the GOV.UK website.
Coronavirus remains a serious health risk
Visit GOV.UK to find out how to stay safe and help prevent the spread.
You should stay cautious to help protect yourself and others:
- meet outside, or open windows and doors for indoor visitors
- if you think you have symptoms stay at home and take a PCR test
- wear face coverings in crowded places and on public transport
- check in to venues when you go out
- wash your hands with soap regularly, and for at least 20 seconds
- get vaccinated.
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What we're doing
The coronavirus outbreak is forcing all of us to make huge changes in our lives and alter the way we go about our business. Hammersmith & Fulham is prepared and is on your side.
We have adopted a people first approach which means we are taking all the necessary actions and providing all necessary resources to help keep people safe.
We have a plan to keep essential services running and support residents as this statement from the Leader of H&F, Cllr Stephen Cowan, sets out. Responding to coronavirus (Covid-19) together.
We are working closely with the NHS and other public services as well as people throughout our community and our partners in the private and third sectors.
Stay up to date
We will be keeping residents up to date with the latest information on COVID-19 by email and on our social media channels.