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Cambridge City Council

Coronavirus vaccinations

All adults in England can now book their coronavirus vaccination. You can make an appointment for your vaccination – you can also phone 119 to do this.

Walk-in clinics take place around the city. You do not need to make an appointment, but please wear a face covering.

Testing and self-isolation

England’s testing program changed on 24 February. Testing is being significantly wound down, and the government will now focus on surveillance and monitoring of coronavirus in England.

You can only order packs of lateral flow tests from the government website every three days. From 1 April, free tests will no longer be available, even if you have symptoms. This will differ for people in vulnerable groups.

If you test positive for coronavirus you are advised to stay at home if you can and avoid contact with other people.

You are no longer required to do this for any length of time – you should use personal judgement on whether it is safe, for you and others, to go about your normal daily business.

You are no longer required to carry out daily lateral flow tests for seven days if a close contact tests positive.

For more information read the government’s guidance about how to stay safe and help prevent the spread of coronavirus.