From Monday 12th April some of the rules of what you can and cannot do have changed.
You should still stay at home as much as possible. The Government is asking people to take the next steps safely and remember to wash hands, wear face-coverings (unless exempt), keep space between you and other people (2 metres) and stay outside when meeting other people not in your household.
From 1st April, if you have been identified a clinically extremely vulnerable, you will no longer be advised to shield. However, you should continue to take precautions.
Covid-19 Vaccination Programme
Read more about the Salford vaccination programme.
If you are an unpaid or informal carer, you can register for your vaccine - find out more.
Road Map out of Restrictions
View the roadmap of how restrictions will change over the coming months on the Age UK website.
Useful telephone numbers
If you have a medical issue, please call 111.
Age UK Salford - 0161 788 7300
Citizens Advice Salford - 0808 278 7802
The Advocacy Hub - 0161 214 3904
The Spirit of Salford Helpline is available on 0800 952 1000
Age UK (National) - 0800 678 1602
MIND - 0300 123 3393
The Silver Line - 0800 470 8090
To protect yourself and others when you leave your home:
HANDS - wash your hands regularly
FACE - cover your face (nose and mouth) in enclosed spaces
SPACE - keep a safe distance (stay 2 metres apart) from those not in your household.
FRESH AIR - meet people outside of your household outside
If you are feeling unwell, get tested and stay home (self-isolate) for at least 10 days.