Coronavirus Update

We are all very grateful for the fantastic work of local medical teams in rolling out the coronavirus vaccine in our area. Thanks to all the work that local doctors, nurses and support staff are doing, all those in the first four priority groups, including the over 70s and the most clinically vulnerable in our community, will be vaccinated by the mid-February target.

All our committed local volunteers are playing a vital role in the vaccine roll out – helping with ushering and supporting patients during their visit. It’s vital that we all receive the vaccine when it’s our turn. It’s a clear priority, as the vaccine gives us hope and will help navigate a route back to more normal times.

 

News

Prime Minister's Visit To AstraZeneca's Macclesfield Site

Delighted the Prime Minister visited AstraZeneca's Macclesfield campus to highlight the company's £380 million investment in the site. It's a real boost to manufacturing and the highly skilled team on the site, and a real vote of confidence in the local economy.

Andrews Pharmacy Shows The Way For Pharmacy-led Vaccinations

Andrew Hodgson, Director of Andrews Pharmacy, explained how its pharmacy on Kennedy Avenue, Macclesfield is helping to show the way forward for pharmacy-led vaccinations across the country when local MP, David Rutley, visited recently.

MP Thanks Macclesfield’s Vaccinators and Volunteers

Local MP, David Rutley, praised the hard work of local medical teams in the Macclesfield Primary Care Network and the support of dedicated volunteers when he visited the Vaccination Centre at Macclesfield Community Centre on Duke Street recently.

Positive Progress At Poynton’s Vaccination Centre

While visiting the Vaccination Centre in Poynton Civic Centre, local MP, David Rutley, thanked local doctors, nurses and support staff at the Middlewood Partnership and volunteers on behalf of local residents for all that they are doing to successfully roll out the coronavirus vaccine and tackle

Latest Coronavirus Public Health Measures

We have entered a new period of tighter national public health restrictions to help combat coronavirus. So, until 2nd December, there is a clear message: stay home, protect the NHS and save lives.

My Recent Statement On The Latest Coronavirus Public Health Measures

On 12th October, the Government set out its plans to pursue a local and regional approach to tackling this virus. The tiered framework was designed to simplify local restrictions and enable targeted action to be taken in areas where the number of cases was increasing significantly.