The NHS is reminding people that healthcare services, including GP practices, Minor Injuries Unit, and the Walk-in centre, will continue to support patients this Easter.
It is important to stress that if you or any member of your household displays any coronavirus symptoms please do not visit any of the following facilities.
GP practices are open Good Friday and Easter Monday
Changes to the way patients are seen by a GP or practice nurse are being introduced across much of Norfolk and Waveney in the coming days.
Patients and the public are being urged to only order the medicines they normally need and to treat high street pharmacy workers with respect as they deliver vital support on the NHS frontline in the battle against coronavirus (COVID-19).
Local pharmacy chiefs say they are incredibly thankful to the overwhelming majority of patients and customers who respect the challenges being faced at the present time. However, the behaviour of a small minority can be upsetting to staff working tirelessly to maintain services.
NHS Norfolk and Waveney Clinical Commissioning Group launched on 1 April 2020. This followed the merger of the CCGs for West Norfolk, North Norfolk, Norwich, South Norfolk, and Great Yarmouth and Waveney.
Clinical Commissioning Groups are responsible for planning local NHS services and holding contracts with organisations such as hospitals that provide direct patient care.