Coronavirus (Covid-19): what you need to do

Coronavirus (Covid-19): what you need to do

From 5th September we will increase our openng hours at Allerton. Opening hours will be Monday to Thursday 8.00 – 6.00pm and Friday 8.00 – 1.00pm.


Clayton remains open Monday to Friday 8.00-6.00pm. The practice will continue to review appointment bookings for each site along with opening hours to ensure both sites are run safely and effectively.


You can contact us as normal on 01274 880650


Coronavirus remains a serious health risk. You should stay cautious to help protect yourself and others.


Find out how to stay safe and prevent the spread of coronavirus


The main symptoms of COVID-19 are a high temperature, a new continuous cough & a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste.

Need a sick note for isolation?

please select the link: https: NHS111 – Isolation note

Changes to Rapid Access Clinic & online appointments

The Practice is limiting direct access due to coronavirus to protect patients and staff.  Online booking and RAC have been suspended, all appointments will be telephone triaged.

Patients who are required to attend the surgery for an appointment, we kindly ask that you do not enter the building until 5 minutes prior to your appointment time.  Please do not bring anyone to the appointment with you unless you are attending with a child (only one parent can attend) or you are a Carer.

When attending the surgery you will be required to wear a face covering (scarf/bandana/face mask). This will help protect you, other patients in the waiting area, and staff.  Face coverings can help stop the spread of coronavirus by preventing you from inadvertently passing on the disease to others if you have it but are not showing symptoms. By wearing a face covering, you’ll be helping us to make sure our GP practices remain safe places for people to receive care.

It’s important to remember that, it’s still so important to wash your hands for at least 20 seconds on a regular basis.

Information about wearing face coverings and how to make your own is available on the website:

Find out if you should get a test for COVID-19, who can get free NHS tests, how to get tested, and what your test result means.

If you have symptoms of coronavirus, please visit or by calling 119. 

GP practices cannot give you a coronavirus test. If you do have symptoms, please do not come to our GP practice in person, you will be putting others at risk. Stay at home and get in touch with us over the phone.

Please be reassured that our GP practice is #StillHereToHelp when you need us.

Testing and tracing

Understand your test result and find out what to do if you’re contacted by NHS Test and Trace.

COVID-19 support recovery service

‘Your COVID Recovery’ helps you to understand what has happened and what you might expect as part of your recovery.

People at high risk

Advice for people at higher risk from coronavirus, including older people, people with health conditions and pregnant women.

Long-term effects (long COVID)

Find out about the long-term effects coronavirus can sometimes have and what help is available.

COVID-19 vaccinations

We understand that many patients will want to know more about the vaccination, when you
will be vaccinated and what it means for you. It is important to know that the NHS will contact
you with further information when it is your turn to have the coronavirus vaccination.

Please select this link for the latest information on COVID-19 vaccinations

COVID vaccines and fertility and advice for pregnant women

How to decide: COVID-19 vaccination advice for women who are, or may be pregnant. Please select the link for information: COVID vaccine and fertility – decision aid

Q&A from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists: COVID:19 vaccines, pregnancy and breastfeeding


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