Police Rural Newsletter - June 2020

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Hertfordshire Constabulary 

In June's issue of the Royston Rural Watch newsletter from Herfordshire pollice, dog owners are warned to take care following an increase in reports of people being intimiated by dogs, the latest on distraction mobile phone thefts and an update to the forces working practices during the covid-19 pandemic. 

 

Download June's Rural Police Newsletter 

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Police Rural Village News - February 2021

Warning on a new crime involving scammers posing as police officers, and a reminder to dog owners to keep their dogs under control around livestock.

 

Download February's rural newsletter. 

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Granta Medical Practice - February News

COVID-19 Vaccinations

 

At the time of writing, we are about to embark on the mammoth task of vaccinating our 44,000 patients with the COVID-19 vaccinations. Please be assured that everyone will be vaccinated. 

 

However, please remember that we have to vaccinate in accordance with Public Health England’s priority list. Details of the priority list can be found on our website or at

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/coronavirus-vaccine/

Due to the extreme demand for the vaccine around the country we may get deliveries at short notice, which means we may have to contact you at short notice.   

 

Please note that you will NEVER be asked for payment for a COVID-19 vaccination and any texts, phone calls, or letters requesting payment or bank details should be ignored.

 

Please continue to keep yourself and our community safe by adhering to national restrictions, social distancing, wearing of face masks and hand hygiene.

 

We would like to thank you all for your patience and understanding whilst you wait for your vaccine during this unprecedented time.

 

Sandra East

Granta Communications & Patient Liaison

 

T. 01223 627743

E. capccg.contact.gmp@nhs.net

W. www.grantamedicalpractices.co.uk