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** Chawton Park Surgery are providing COVID spring boosters to eligible patients from a new roving health hub vehicle**

The vehicle will be at the following locations:

- SELBOURNE (outside Selbourne Arms) - 24/04/24 @ 0900-1200hrs
- ROPLEY (Ropley Village Hall) - 24/4/24 @ 1300-1600hrs
- BENTLEY (Bentley Village Hall) - 29/4/24 @ 0900-1600hrs
- FROYLE (Froyle Village Hall) - 30/4/24 @ 0900-1600hrs
- ROPLEY (Ropley Village Hall) - 1/5/24 @ 0900-1600hrs

No appointment needed - simply turn up during the hours stated above

The eligibility is:

- Adults aged over 75 years of age
- Residents in Care homes for older people
- Individuals aged 6 months and over who are immunocompromised.



Farringdon Parish Council Hampshire Covid

I think I might have Covid. How can I get a test?

Covid-19 lateral flow tests are no longer free for everyone.

You may still be able to get a free test if:

  • You’re eligible for Covid-19 treatments (these are different to vaccinations)
  • Your GP or healthcare professional has recently asked you to get a test
  • You care for patients, or care residents, at high risk from Covid-19 and you have Covid-19 symptoms

If you are eligible, you can order tests via the Government website.

If you are ineligible for free tests, you can buy them from some pharmacies and retailers, such as Boots and Superdrug.


If I test positive for Covid, should I isolate?

If you have tested positive for Covid, the NHS recommends that you stay at home and avoid contact with other people for five days after the day the test was taken.

Department for Education guidance says that in England: “For children and young people aged 18 and under who test positive for Covid, the advice is to try to stay at home and avoid contact with other people for three days.

“This is because children and young people tend to be infectious to other people for less time than adults.

“Adults with a positive Covid test result are advised to try to stay at home and avoid contact with other people for five days, which is when they are most infectious.

“The UKHSA has also published public health guidance on living safely with respiratory infections, including Covid-19.”


How to Book / Cancel or Change a COVID Vaccination Appointment