Don’t blow it, Oldham – Oldhamers urged to stay safe as restrictions are lifted
People in Oldham have been asked to continue to wear face coverings, get vaccinated and keep getting tested, as Coronavirus restrictions are eased across the UK.
Cllr Shah responds to proposed final lifting of lockdown
The Leader of Oldham Council is urging residents to be sensible and to take a cautious approach, following yesterday’s announcement on the final lifting of lockdown across England.
Oldham urged to get vaccinated, if they haven’t already.
Residents are being urged to do their bit and get vaccinated for Oldham after it was announced people aged 18 and over can now book their first jab.
New Coronavirus guidelines for Greater Manchester
New Coronavirus guidance has been issued to people in Oldham and across Greater Manchester today.
More than 100,000 Oldham registered patients now vaccinated
More than 100,000 registered patients in Oldham have now received their first Coronavirus vaccination, including more than half of the borough’s adult population.
Oldham residents remined to seek support one-year on
Oldham residents are being reminded to reach out for urgent support if they are in any difficulty.
Oldham vaccinates more than 50,000 residents
More than 50,000 registered patients across Oldham have now been vaccinated against the Coronavirus.
Vaccine rollout progressing well across Oldham
Residents of all care homes in Oldham will have received the Coronavirus vaccine by the end of this week.
Oldham's homeless given Covid-19 vaccine priority
Oldham Council and local GPs have come together to ensure the borough’s homeless are given priority for Covid-19 vaccinations.
Retired nurse does her bit for Oldham
Making sure our residents and communities are safe have the most up to date Coronavirus information and help is a priority.
Coronavirus business support grants launched in Oldham
Oldham businesses can now take advantage of cash grants to support them during the coronavirus pandemic.