The Royal College of Emergency Medicine has launched a new campaign Summer to Recover: Winter-Proofing Urgent and Emergency Care for 2021.
In total 14,303 adults in Orkney have had the first dose (76.5%) and 3,197 have had the second dose (17.1%)
The survey, You & Your Baby 2020, asks women about their experiences of COVID-19 and how the pandemic has impacted their health and care during the perinatal period
The news that the first phase of vaccinations in Scotland for Covid 19 will begin as early as Tuesday 8th of December has been welcomed by Orkney’s politicians. The vaccination programme will be administered free by our NHS.
“No champagne or chocolates from Boris Johnson for those who gave their everything for others, a concept completely alien to the present U.K Government.”
Scotland’s strategy of test, trace, isolate and support will be available in every NHS Board area from this Thursday 28th of May.
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“We need to be drafting post-Covid Scotland now, and making the case that the society we want to live in requires complete self-governance and nothing less.”