Vaccines are the best way to protect ourselves and our loved ones from COVID-19, everyone should get their vaccination when asked.
Residents and businesses in north Dorset have more access to community testing.
Businesses no longer have to register for community testing.
All parents of school and college students can now get two rapid COVID-19 tests each week.
Businesses and organisations that employ fewer than 250 people can access community testing
Care home residents across Dorset will be able to have a single named visitor from 8th of March.
Weekly asymptomatic lateral flow device testing is available at community testing sites across Dorset for unpaid carers.
Two new mobile testing units have been added to the list of mobile coronavirus testing site locations for residents who have COVID-19 symptoms and need a test.
Public sector organisations across Dorset are thanking volunteers who have given their time and expertise for free during the pandemic.
Businesses and organisations who employ less than 50 people and are open under current government guidelines are being asked to register their interest in community testing.
Councils are offering support to help people get to their COVID-19 vaccination appointments safely.
This half term we are asking residents to stay local.
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