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The #CovidVaccine is helping to protect 12 to 15-year-olds, their family and friends. Some may experience mild side effects such as tiredness and aches, but these should only last a day or 2.

Find out more: https://bit.ly/3DqC13Z


The LFC Foundation, is expanding its successful MOVE programme to support even more patients under the care of Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust.

Watch our video to find out more!

Many of our staff are taking the opportunity to get the flu and COVID-19 booster vaccines to protect themselves, their families and their patients. If you are eligible, we urge you do the same. Contact your GP, local pharmacist or visit the NHS website for more information.

The #Covid19 school programme for 12 to 15-year-olds aims to provide protection and help to reduce transmission of COVID-19 in the wider population.

What to know more? Visit: https://bit.ly/3DqC13Z

Pregnant? Make sure you get your Covid-19 jab 💉

If you're worried or have any questions, check out the below thread from @NHSNW, or speak to a healthcare professional.

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Walk in: https://bit.ly/3C3JNAN


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THREAD: NHS North West’s top midwife is encouraging pregnant women to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Here's why. 👇 (1/11)

And just like that, #STHKPerfectWeek has come to a close. We want to say a huge thank you to every member of #TeamSTHK and all our system partners for taking part.
We’ve seen lots of great practice and learned a lot too. Well done everyone 👏👏👏


Don’t put off contacting your GP practice if you have tummy discomfort or diarrhoea for 3 weeks or more, or blood in your pee - even once, it could be a sign of cancer. Finding it early makes it more treatable.

Your NHS wants to see you.


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“My family live a long way away. I only saw them in July. We need to take as much risk out of the situation as possible to get back to normality.”

Isla, 87 from Huyton had her booster #CovidVaccineNW to see family more. Find out more about the booster:


Many adults, most children and all pregnant women are eligible for a free flu vaccine. Boost your immunity this winter and book your appointment now.

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