Every resident in care homes across the Black Country has either been tested for coronavirus or will be tested in the coming days after proactive swabbing began a few weeks ago.
Health leaders in Sandwell and West Birmingham would like to wish the local Muslim community a very “Happy Eid” this weekend and are reminding people to stay alert and safe during celebrations.
As Spring Bank Holiday approaches (Monday 25th May), local health bosses in Sandwell and West Birmingham are reminding residents to get medical help if they need it – the NHS is here for you.
Please see the list below for pharmacy opening times for the Spring Bank Holiday 25th May 2020 across Sandwell and West Birmingham
Public Health bosses across the Black Country are reminding residents of the stay at home guidance for households with possible coronavirus infection (COVID-19).
Health bosses in Sandwell and West Birmingham are supporting Mental Health Awareness Week and appealing to local residents to do the same by encouraging conversations on mental health and kindness.
May is National Stroke Awareness Month, so it is the perfect time to familiarise yourself with the symptoms of stroke. If you or anyone is showing signs of a stroke, act FAST and call 999.
Please check that you have enough medicines to cover you over the weekend and into next week.
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