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Please see the latest update below:

COVID-19: Specified countries and areas with implications for returning travellers or visitors arriving in the UK

Category 1: Travellers should self-isolate, even if asymptomatic, and call NHS 111 to inform of recent travel.

Category 2: Travellers do not need to undertake any special measures, but if they develop symptoms they should self-isolate and call NHS 111.

The guidance for Italy, Iran, Daegu or Cheongdo (Republic of Korea), Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia and Vietnam applies to individuals who returned from these specific areas on or after 19 February 2020.

Category 1 countries/areas

Wuhan city and Hubei Province


Daegu or Cheongdo (Republic of Korea)

Any Italian town under containment measure

Category 2 countries/areas


China (Except areas of the country specifically referred to in Category 1)

Hong Kong

Italy (North)






Republic of Korea (Except areas of the county specifically referred in Category 1)





We're officially a Parkrun practice!

The practice has become an official parkrun practice.  This means we want to encourage doctors, staff and patients to join a parkrun. 

Come to parkrun if you want to:

  • Make friends
  • Be part of a community
  • Improve your health
  • Be active
  • Learn new skills

You can walk, run, volunteer, take your dog, take your baby in a buggy but what's really important is that you join in and enjoy being outdoors with lots of other people.  This can help you feel great and benefit from all the health benefits of doing exercise. 

The nearest parkrun is at Conkers in Moira every Saturday morning at 9am and it's free.  Hundreds of people join in and so it's quite a sight!  There are lots of other parkruns too but see their website for more info.

If you'd like to speak to somebody in the practice who's done a parkrun please ask at reception. There are a few who do one regularly and several others who've done at least one.

Also see this parkrun guide for more information.

Taking part is easy,

Register once at

Print your barcode and just turn up.

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