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Groups of GP practices in Liverpool are starting to invite people over 80 to receive the Covid-19 vaccine.
The NHS is currently offering the COVID-19 vaccine to people most at risk from coronavirus.
People in Liverpool are being encouraged to take part in a ground-breaking mass testing programme that is being piloted in the city.
Health organisations in Liverpool are encouraging everyone eligible for a free NHS flu vaccine to make an appointment as soon as possible this winter.
Local GPs and staff from Alder Hey Children’s Hospital are worried patients could be put at risk by not seeking help for signs and symptoms of potentially serious health problems.
Cheshire & Merseyside Cancer Alliance and NHS organisations across the region are encouraging women who receive an invitation to attend a breast cancer appointment, to act on it as soon as they can.
As new Covid-19 (coronavirus) restrictions for Merseyside begin, the local NHS is reminding people that services are still there for those who need them.
The local NHS is asking people for their views on language services used by the NHS across Liverpool and Sefton.
New coronavirus restrictions are being brought in to Liverpool City Region from this weekend.
NHS Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is asking people to share their views about using local health services during coronavirus.
Important information on who needs to wear a face covering and how to download an exemption certificate if you are unable to.
NHS Blood and Transplant is collecting COVID-19 convalescent plasma for a major coronavirus treatment trial, and if the trial is successful, widespread use in hospitals.
The NHS turns 72 on Sunday 5 July. Show your appreciation for NHS staff by taking part in the biggest ever ‘Clap for Carers’ at 5pm.
Online Consultation – known as ’eConsult’ – is now available in all Liverpool GP practices, to help patients to stay at home and stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.