Please refrain from entering our Centre's premise if, in the past 10 days, you:

- have been out of the UK.

- have had contact with anyone who has been out of the UK in the past 10 days.

- have had contact with anyone with Coronavirus (whether confirmed or suspicious).

- have any symptoms of cough / fever / shortness of breath / loss of smell or taste, or simply have been sick of any kind.

If you have symptoms of COVID-19, however mild, OR you have received a positive COVID-19 test result, self-isolate at home for at least 10 days, and call NHS 111 for expert medical advice.

Find out more at nhs.uk/coronavirus & gov.uk

Coronavirus cases worldwide

Coronavirus cases in the UK

Coronavirus cases in Wales

 

There have been a number of offensive messages circulating on social media, exploiting the current fear around the Coronavirus. There is no place for hate crime in Wales. If you have been affected by hateful or derogatory comments, or you hear or witness them, please report them. If you are feeling worried about hate crime please let us know.

Gwent Police – 101 or 999 in an emergency

Victim Support – 0300 3031982 / www.reporthate.victimsupport.org.uk

 

Apply for a test

If you have any of these 3 coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms, use this service to get a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test as soon as possible:

- a high temperature

- a new, continuous cough

- you’ve lost your sense of smell or taste or it’s changed

 

Otherwise, use this service to order free packs of rapid lateral flow tests to be sent to your home. You can only use this service if:

- you do not have coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms

- you’re 11 or older

- you have not been told to self-isolate

- you cannot get tests from your work, school, college or university (ask them for rapid lateral flow tests)

 

Disclaimer: The posters above are published by the NHS Wales, NCCC will not be responsible should there be any wrong information.

 

Coronavirus Regulations (updated: 17/1)

From 15 January:

• Up to 500 people can be present at outdoor events. This does not include those participating in a team sport event, meaning 500 spectators can be present.

From 21 January:

• There will no longer be any legal limits on the number of people that can meet outdoors.

• COVID Pass needed for large outdoor events.

From 28 January:

• Nightclubs will be able to re-open.

• COVID Pass needed for large indoor events, nightclubs, cinemas, theatres and concert halls.

• Working from home remains important but moves from law to guidance.

• In hospitality, no restrictions on meeting people and no requirement for table service or 2 metre physical distancing.

 

Welsh Government Guidelines on COVID19

Disclaimer: The posters above are published by the Welsh Government, NCCC will not be responsible should there be any wrong information.

 

NHS Advice

 

Vaccination Leaflets

 

Disclaimer: The posters and leaflets above are published by the Welsh Government, NCCC will not be responsible should there be any wrong information.

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