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COVID-19 Update and Translated Information

Last updated: 26/01/2022

Every adult in the country now needs to get a COVID-19 booster vaccine. To find out how to get your vaccination, visit the NHS Black Country and West Birmingham website.

The Government have announced Plan B restrictions will be lifted, effective Thursday 27 January 2022. This includes compulsory face coverings on public transport and in shops, guidance to work from home and vaccine certificates.

 

These measures were introduced in December as the COVID-19 Omicron variant swept across the United Kingdom, including Walsall.

 

Read the full story on Walsall Council newsroom.

 

For details on how to stay safe during the pandemic, please visit the GOV.UK website

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The Walsall for All team remain active and are adopting a 'blended working' approach (working from home/office and in the community). For all enquiries or to request information in another format, please email us at walsallforall@walsall.gov.uk or fill in our contact form.​

 

For the latest updates and information from Walsall for All and local organisations, follow us on social media: FacebookTwitterInstagram and LinkedIn.

It is important for all communities to support each other during this time (where possible and safe to do so), such as reaching out to support those who are self-isolating or vulnerable, local volunteering, making the most of online support groups and sharing accurate information and advice.

Stay safe,

From the Walsall for All team.