Important message for all residents on Omicron over the festive period
As 2021 draws to a close, the rapid spread of the Omicron COVID-19 variant, has resulted in high infection rates in Haringey as elsewhere. To limit its further spread in our community, we all must play our part. Please follow the guidance regarding hands, face, space and regular testing. If you feel unwell, please stay at home and get tested as soon as you can.
The local NHS is working tirelessly, dealing with unprecedented challenges to deliver care and to ensure that everyone can get vaccinated and be protected from COVID-19.
We have seen some fantastic examples of this throughout the year and last weekend, The Morris House Practice delivered 4,500 jabs in their high profile 24-hour JABathon at the Lordship Lane vaccine centre – a first for London and an amazing feat! On behalf of the borough, I would like to thank them and all our frontline NHS staff and volunteers for their incredible efforts to keep our community safe.
We are all impacted differently by COVID-19 and the council is working closely with the NHS and our community partners to reach across all our communities and support you at this time – whether you are suffering due to financial hardship, have to self-isolate due to COVID-19 or are in physical or mental crisis.
Joint message from Haringey Borough Partnership
We have compiled a Joint message from the Haringey Borough Partnership which includes the NHS, Haringey Council, voluntary and community services. This outlines a great deal of important information on the support and services available to you.
On behalf of the council, I wish you and your families a safe and peaceful Christmas.
Cllr Peray Ahmet,
Leader, Haringey Council
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