by BFFF
Feb 22nd, 2022
14 mins
BFFF

24.2.22

Please click this link to access this week’s communications toolkit for you to use and share the latest COVID-19 information with your communities and networks.

​​​​This week’s key messages are:

  • Living with COVID changes in guidance from today.
  • Vaccinations for 5-11yr olds approved by JCVI.
  • Panoramic antiviral trial to treat COVID-19 continues.
  • Changes for eligible fully vaccinated arrivals to the UK effective now.

21.02.22

Today in the House of the Commons, the Prime Minister outlined the content of the Government’s publication ‘Living with COVID’.

​​​The key messages include:

  • Ending legal requirements for twice a week testing in schools from today.  
  • Ending of legal requirement to self isolate following a positive test result from 24 February. 
  • Ending of legal requirement to test for 7 days after coming into contact with someone who has tested positive from 24 February. 
  • End of routine contact tracing on 24 February.
  • Ending of free testing for the general public from 1 April.
  • Ending of guidance for voluntary COVID-status certification for certain venues from 1 April.

The publication ‘Living with COVID’ can be read in full here.

This week’s key messages are:

  • Vaccinations for 5-11yr olds approved by JCVI
  • Latest UKHSA data shows that shortly after receiving a booster, you are at least 85% less likely to be hospitalised with COVID-19 than those who are unvaccinated.
  • Fully vaccinated people arriving in England are no longer required to take a COVID-19 test before or after arrival.
  • Vaccinations and boosters are still widely available this half term.
  • You must self isolate if you test positive for COVID-19.
  • Panoramic antiviral trial to treat COVID-19 is now running.

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This week’s key messages are:

  • England has returned to Plan A
  • Everyone eligible should get COVID-19 vaccines and boosters.
  • From 11 February, fully vaccinated international travellers will no longer have to test on arrival in the UK.

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21.01.22 Key Messages

  • Plan B restrictions are being lifted on 27 January.
  • Everyone eligible should get COVID-19 vaccines and boosters.
  • The isolation rule for people with COVID-19 has been reduced to five full days.

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06.01.22 Key Messages

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30.12.21 Key Messages

  • Book your booster jab now.
  • More than 30 million people have had a booster jab.
  • Boosters will be offered to at-risk 12-15 year olds and all 16 and 17 year olds.

2021-12-30 Stakeholder and Influencer Toolkit V.56.0 OFFICIAL

22.12.21 Key Messages

  • Book your booster appointment online at NHS.uk
  • Keep to COVID-19 safer behaviours
  • Test before you socialise with other people.

14.12.21 Key Messages

  • A well ventilated room can reduce the risk of COVID-19 infection by 70%.
  • Follow all safer behaviours to keep COVID-19 from spreading.
  • If you are eligible, get your booster jab as soon as you can.

09.12.21 Key Messages

  • The Prime Minister has announced a move to Plan B measures in England as outlined in the Covid-19 Autumn/Winter Plan from September.
  • From 10th December, face coverings will be mandatory in most indoor settings, such as cinemas, theatres and places of worship.
  • Work from Home – From Monday 13th December, those who can work from home should do so
  • The Covid Pass – From Wednesday 15th December NHS Covid Pass will be mandatory in venues where large crowds gather
  • Testing – Daily contact testing will be introduced as soon as possible, to keep people safe while minimising disruption to daily life
  • Vaccines – We have good reasons for believing booster vaccines will provide some protection from the new variant so it is important that everyone who is eligible for vaccines or a booster jab

01.12.21 Key Messages

  • We must all wear a face mask in shops and on public transport, unless exempt.
  • Travel rules have changed for those coming into the UK.
  • You must self-isolate if you are in contact with someone who has the new variant.

01-12-2021 Stakeholder and Influencer Toolkit V.52.0 OFFICIAL

25.11.21 Key Messages

  • People aged over 40, and those aged 16 and 17, can book their boosters and second doses online via the NHS.
  • New evidence confirms the safety of jabs for pregnant women.
  • Following safer behaviours can help keep COVID-19 from spreading in the run up to the festive season.

25-11-2021 Stakeholder and Influencer Toolkit V.51.0 OFFICIAL

18.11.21 Key Messages

  • 13 million people have now had life-saving booster jabs.
  • If you are eligible, get your booster jab as soon as you can.
  • Follow all safer behaviours to keep COVID-19 from spreading.

18-11-2021 Stakeholder and Influencer Toolkit V.50.0 OFFICIAL

11.11.21 Key Messages

  • A well ventilated room can reduce the risk of COVID-19 infection by 70%.
  • Follow all safer behaviours to keep COVID-19 from spreading.
  • If you are eligible, get your booster jab as soon as you can.

11-11-2021 Stakeholder and Influencer Toolkit V.49.0 OFFICIAL

09.11.21 Key messages include

  • Younger people are at risk from COVID-19 and can pass on the illness to loved ones such as family and friends.
  • Vaccines prevent serious illness, deaths and hospital admissions.
  • Encourage young people in your communities to have a jab.
  • Walk in centres are now available for younger people to get their free vaccine.

09-11-2021 Young people and vaccines Toolkit V.1.0 OFFICIAL

 

21.10.21 – Key messages include:

  • Following safer key behaviours to tackle COVID-19 is vital as winter approaches.
  • Get your booster jab as soon as you can, if eligible.
  • Myths about the vaccine programme can be misleading and undermine the effort to tackle COVID-19. Let people know the facts.

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14.10.21 – This week’s key messages are:

  • As winter approaches, we must all be extra careful to follow safer behaviours advice to tackle COVID-19, such as keeping inside areas ventilated.
  • We must all prepare for the flu season as well. So getting a flu vaccine is very important this winter especially as having COVID-19 and flu at the same time doubles the risk of death. Those eligible for the free flu vaccine should book their appointments as soon as possible.
  • This week, Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi and Health Secretary Sajid Javid have written a joint letter to parents of secondary school and college students to talk about the importance of vaccinations and regular testing.

14-10-2021 Stakeholder and Influencer Toolkit V.45.0 OFFICIAL

23.09.21 – This week’s key messages are:

*   The autumn winter plan sets out how England will tackle COVID-19.
*   Children aged 12 to 15 will be offered one jab of the vaccine.
*   The vaccine booster programme starts next week for those at greatest risk.

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13.9.21 – This week’s communications toolkit for you to use to share the latest COVID-19 information with your communities and networks focuses on the following key messages

  • More than 80 percent of people in the UK, aged over 16, have had two doses of a vaccine. Please encourage those not vaccinated to get a jab.
  • Encourage people to continue to use the NHS Covid19 App.
  • Maintain key safety behaviours such as fresh air, testing, face coverings, using the NHS COVID-19 App, and hand washing.

2021-09-16 Stakeholder and Influencer Toolkit V.41.0 OFFICIAL

Key messages include

  • A fifth of COVID-19 hospital admissions in England are aged 18 to 34.
  • Follow COVID-19 advice if you attend a festival or event this weekend
  • Vaccines have saved 95,200 lives in England.
  • The vaccination programme has substantially reduced the risk from severe COVID-19 in the UK.
  • The latest national COVID-19 vaccine surveillance report Vaccine surveillance report published, estimates the programme has prevented about 22 million infections and 60,000 deaths so far in England.
  • Half of all young people aged 18 to 29 in England have received a first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
  • People who are double jabbed or aged under 18 are no longer legally required to self-isolate if they are identified as a close contact of a positive COVID-19 case unless they have symptoms. Self Isolation Rules from 16th August

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