The NHS in Norfolk and Waveney is on the hunt for thousands of vaccinators and support staff to help protect millions of people from COVID-19 quickly when a safe and effective vaccine becomes available.
By bolstering its workforce the NHS will be able to offer the public potentially life-saving protection from coronavirus in a range of locations, focusing on the most at-risk groups first, whilst at the same time keeping A&Es, elective surgery, GPs and community services going.
After such a strange year, we’ve all had to adapt to the ‘new normal’. The latest national restrictions have advised us to stay at home where possible. Whilst we’re able to leave the house to exercise, many don’t yet feel comfortable doing so. For that reason, we’ve compiled a list of 10 ways you can stay active from the safety and comfort of your own house.
For more resources, workouts, and guidance on ways, you can remain physically active at home, be sure to check out: www.activenorfolk.org/active-at-home
It is recommended that you look to access a free NHS Covid-19 test if at least one of the following applies:
People in Norfolk and Waveney are being urged to take simple steps to stay fit and healthy and are reminded to use health services wisely this winter.
The annual Self Care Week, run by the Self Care Forum, launches today.