Latest Vaccination News
For general Covid vaccine information please visit: COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Programme - Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (nhs.wales)
Western Vale Family Practice are not providing Autumn Covid Boosters, if you are eligible, you will be contacted by the Cardiff and Vale Mass Vaccination Centre with an appointment.
If you have any queries regarding Covid vacination please contact the Cardiff and Vale UHB vaccination line on 029 21 841234 or by e-mailing email@example.com
COVID-19 antiviral and antibody treatments
Some people are now eligible to receive antiviral and antibody treatments for NHS patients at greater risk from severe COVID-19.
There are 2 ways in which you can receive antiviral treatments:
• as part of your standard care if you are at highest risk of severe COVID-19 and extremely vulnerable
• through a UK wide antiviral study called PANORAMIC available to COVID-19 positive patients over 50 or 18-49 with underlying health conditions
Antivirals will be used alongside the vaccine, which still remains our most effective tool.
To find out whether you are eligible for COVID-19 treatments or participation in a UK-wide antiviral study visit https://gov.wales/covid-19-treatments
Please do not contact the Practice as we cannot initiate this treatment.
If you would like further information regarding the mass vaccination programme see:
Or, contact the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board COVID Vaccination queries line - 029 21 841234 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please do not call the surgery, in order for us to keep our lines free for urgent healthcare problems.
Advice & Information
Welsh Government website
Includes frequently asked questions.
If you are worried about symptoms of Coronavirus you should:
- use the online symptom checker https://111.wales.nhs.uk/SelfAssessments/symptomcheckers/COVID19.aspx
- Only call 111 or the Practice if the symptom checker advises you to
- If your symptoms do not improve after 7 days, or your symptoms deteriorate, please telephone the Practice during opening hours or 111 when we are closed.
- Contact 999 for all Medical Emergencies.
Please do not attend your GP surgery, community pharmacy, or A&E department if you have any symptoms of Coronavirus, to continue to stop the spread of infection.
Recovering from Covid
Whether you are recovering from COVID-19 after spending time in hospital or being isolated at home, or if you have been unable to access care and support for your health condition during lockdown, the following information gives guidance on how you can manage your recovery, understand and identify the side-effects, and know when you should access further support.