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Date: 06 March 2021
February is LGBT+ History Month, an annual month-long observance of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history, and the history of the gay rights and related civil rights movements.
Cervical screening is still running during the Covid-19 pandemic, with health leaders across north east London encouraging women and people with a cervix to attend screening if they receive an appointment invitation.
We have recently launched a chatbot to answer common questions about the #COVID19 vaccine in north east London
With the pandemic impacting our everyday lives we want to make sure that parents and young people are aware that we are still here to support them
Doctors Jagan John (Chair of Barking and Dagenham CCG) and Anil Mehta (Chair of Redbridge CCG) were on hand to support hospital doctors as the NHS comes under ever greater pressure as a result of the Covid/winter double whammy.
These vital screening appointments count as ‘essential activity’ and you should keep your appointment if sent one – even in tier 4 areas.
The first local community COVID-19 vaccination services run by family doctors and their teams opened in north east London this week, as the roll-out of the biggest vaccination programme in NHS history gains further momentum
Covid-19 cases in north east London continue to rise and our hospitals are under huge pressure.
Jane Milligan, Accountable Officer for the seven NHS clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in North East London, is leaving to take on a new role in the West Country
We are working hard to prepare to deliver the largest vaccination programme in history. For now we ask our residents to help us deliver this effectively to those who need it most.
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