Apply to become a community health champion and encourage people to get their Covid vaccinations and to look after their health and wellbeing more generally.
More than 800 Covid vaccination jabs have been administered onboard Croydon Council and the NHS’s joint mobile vaccination van.
Croydon Council is working with local community groups to encourage more residents to take up their Covid-19 vaccinations and help them to stay safe as we live with the virus.
We will all have to live with Covid-19 for the foreseeable future, so it is really important that we manage the risk to ourselves and others.
Keep Croydon Safe Champions are out every day in their rapid testing vans spreading awareness of the importance of regular testing for Covid-19.
Croydon’s director of public health celebrates how Croydon united to support each other throughout Covid-19, while highlighting how the pandemic has exacerbated local inequalities.
The government's further tightening of national preventative measures towards Covid-19 aims to give us time to understand the Omicron variant and administer more Covid-19 booster jabs.
Residents are being advised to follow top tips on winter health to keep warm and well and look out for others to fend off winter bugs and illness.
Residents in Croydon are being urged to get their flu and Covid-19 booster vaccinations as soon as they are offered, to boost their immunity this winter.
Residents who smoke can improve their health and wellbeing and increase their life expectancy by taking part in Stoptober, the national quit campaign throughout October.