Coronavirus

Easing of Covid-19 restrictions

The government has removed remaining domestic Covid-19 restrictions in England:

  • You are not legally required to self-isolate if you test positive for Covid-19.
  • You do not have to take daily tests and are not legally required to self-isolate if you come into contact with someone who has tested positive.

From 1 April:

  • Covid-19 tests will no longer be free for most people.
  • The use of Covid passports will no longer be recommended, except for international travel.
  • The government will be updating its guidance on the steps people with Covid-19 should take to be careful and considerate of others.

There are still steps you can take to reduce the risk of catching and spreading Covid-19:

  • Get vaccinated and get your booster, visit the NHS Covid-19 vaccination webpage for more information at www.nhs.uk.
  • Let fresh air in if meeting indoors or meet outside.
  • Consider wearing a face covering in crowded, enclosed spaces.
  • Get tested if you have Covid-19 symptoms and stay home if possible.

Remaining UK Covid-19 travel restrictions have ended

All remaining Covid-19 travel restrictions have now been removed, meaning people arriving in England:

  • Won’t need to take any Covid-19 tests before you travel or after you arrive.
  • Don’t need to fill in a UK passenger locator form before you travel.
  • Won’t need to quarantine when you arrive.

These changes apply whether you are vaccinated or not, but other countries still have Covid-19 entry rules in place. You should check travel advice before you travel.

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Community helpline 

Community helpline number: 0300 200 1008. Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. SMS: 0786 0053 465 for deaf and hearing impaired residents only (Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm).

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Covid-19 vaccination drop-in clinics

Residents who haven’t yet received their Covid-19 vaccination can visit one of the drop-in clinics across Surrey to receive their jab. Full details, including clinic locations and opening dates, can be found on the NHS Surrey Heartlands website.

Contacting the council

The Council Offices in Oxted are open from 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Thursday and 8.30am to 4.30pm on Friday. To guarantee you get the best possible service, please consider making an appointment before visiting by e-mailing customerservices@tandridge.gov.uk or calling 01883 722000. You can also get in touch by submitting a contact us form.

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