Clinically Extremely Vulnerable guidance
The guidance for Clinically Extremely Vulnerable people changed on 19 July 2021.
You should continue to take extra precautions to protect yourself.
- You can return to work. If you do not feel comfortable returning to work, you should discuss with your employer about the safety measures that have been put in place to keep you safe.
- Consider going to the shops or pharmacy at quieter times of the day
- Consider taking extra precautions when in public settings and meeting with others
Children who are classed as clinically extremely vulnerable should have returned to school or college. Where parents are concerned about attendance, they should speak to the child’s educational setting and discuss the measures that have been put in place to reduce the risk.
More information is available on changes to shielding advice on GOV.UK.
If you need support
Our People Helping People service is here to support Cheshire East residents. If you are currently isolated or feeling vulnerable and need support you can contact us on the online I need help form. You can also contact us by calling 0300 123 5034.
If you need to self-isolate
If you have a positive Covid-19 test or have been told to self-isolate, visit our self-isolation support and inspiration page.