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Vaccinations at Tate Modern (+ other locations) Anyone aged 18 or over, who hasn’t had their first COVID-19 vaccine dose, can get vaccinated this weekend at one of the following locations. Second doses are also available, but please check the eligibility criteria at each clinic. No proof of address, NHS number or immigration status required. Tate Modern, SE1 (more slots just released) Friday 16 July, 5pm to 9pm Booking: Book your vaccination online, but some walk-ins may be accepted too. Vaccine available: Pfizer Further information and book now Guy’s Hospital, SE1 Every day, 8am to 6pm Booking: No booking necessary, just walk in. Vaccine available: Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZenca Further information Kia Oval, SE11 Saturday 17 July, 8am to 8pm Booking: Book your vaccination online, but walk-ins accepted. Vaccine available: Pfizer Further information and book now There are lots of other vaccine clinics locally too. COVID-19 cases are rising in Southwark. Please self-isolate if you’re asked to for NHS Test and Trace Self-isolation is when you don’t leave your home because you have or might have COVID-19. This helps stop the virus spreading to other people and is still a legal requirement. You could be fined if you don’t self-isolate. Get financial support if you need to self-isolate due to COVID-19 A Test and Trace support payment of £500 is available for people on low incomes who have to self-isolate due to COVID-19. You may be eligible if you are employed or self-employed, can’t work from home, and will lose income as a result. Read our new climate strategy and action plan Our new Climate Strategy sets out ways in which we, you and organisations across the borough, can pull together to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases over the next decade. Our strategy is a live document. It will help us all in our response to the climate emergency, which threatens our planet and our future through increasing temperatures, rising sea levels and extreme weather events. Read more about our strategy and action plan  Share your memories of Southwark for an exhibition Share your memories and knowledge of Southwark for an exhibition called Southwark Today. The exhibition, at the new Southwark Heritage Centre and Walworth Library, will explore the history of our borough from Roman times through to the present. Quick survey: let’s talk about life after Covid Help us shape Southwark into an even better place to live, work and enjoy life. Give us your thoughts as we plan what the borough should look and feel like as we work to recover from the last 15 months. Survey closes 30 July. How to get an NHS COVID Pass for vaccination status or PCR test results You may be asked to show a COVID pass to get into some venues where or to travel abroad. If you’re aged 16 or over, you can get an NHS COVID Pass to show your vaccination status or COVID-19 PCR test results. Celebrating Summer in Southwark! After everything children and young people have been through over the last year we have launched a range of activities across Southwark this summer to give them the space, time, and freedom to unwind. Head over to Southwark presents for a complete guide to all the best activities, events, shows, festivals and much more across the borough this summer for children and young people. Visit https://www.southwark.gov.uk/southwarkpresents Not registered with a GP practice? Anyone in England can register and receive care from a GP practice. You don’t need proof of address or immigration status, ID or an NHS number. Find a local GP and how you can register with them. Could you support a Southwark child with disabilities? Family Link carers look after children with disabilities on a regular basis. If you would like more information about how to become a carer for the Family Link service please get in touch. Southwark cuts mowing to grow wildflowers and encourage bees You may have spotted some long grass in your local park. This is because we’ve reduced routine grass cutting to encourage wildflower growth. This has the added benefit of bringing more butterflies, bees and birds and more wildlife and nature. Having trouble viewing this email? View it as a Web page.

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