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Latest Covid-19 guidance 

Frequently asked questions:

Yes. There are links for students and staff to report a positive Covid result here. It is important that the University knows about cases quickly, not just for test and trace purposes, but also so support can be offered. 

Please encourage students and colleagues to use the links to report cases, which will help to keep campus safe for everyone, this applies to students who are on campus to use communal spaces such as the library, catering outlets or gym.

Yes. The Covid-19 vaccination is being offered to everyone aged 18 or over at local sites run by GPs or community pharmacies, at larger vaccination centres and in some hospitals. Students registered with a GP can book their appointment at a larger vaccination centre, a community pharmacy run site or at some GP run sites through the National Booking Service website or by phoning 119. Those who are registered with a GP will also receive an invitation to be vaccinated from their GP practice. While registration with a GP is encouraged to access the vaccine, individuals can request to book COVID-19 vaccination appointments as an unregistered patient through a local GP practice.

You can read the government's guidance for university students in full here including what to do if you are an international student or you are registered for a GP at your home rather than University address.

Everyone, including university students, is encouraged to take a Covid-19 lateral flow test twice a week. You can be tested at a local centre, order tests online or collect them from a local pharmacist.

Visit the Government page for full details: Coronavirus restrictions: what you can and cannot do

View the Government’s higher education Covid-19 operational guidance