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Important information about Coronavirus (COVID-19)
All the latest information on symptoms of coronavirus infection and areas where recent travel may have resulted in a high risk of exposure can be found on our COVID page:
COVID Vaccination video
Priority Group 6 is large and covers a wide age range, and many health conditions. In BNSSG we are contacting people in Group 6 over the next few weeks in order of those at most risk of a more severe outcome from contracting Covid. If you believe you are in Cohort 6, please do not contact Charlotte Keel - we will contact you. We appreciate that it can be confusing for individuals to know if they belong to one group or another. At this stage we are following a series of nationally defined criteria and that allows us to contact the people we want to come forward for vaccination. We are working tirelessly to vaccinate our patients as quickly as possible using every potential slot and every dose of vaccine as soon as we receive it. Please be patient and kind to our staff; we will be in touch when it is your turn.
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About Charlotte Keel Medical Practice
Our practice is at the vibrant & colourful heart of Bristol's inner city, serving a population from all corners of the world and from all walks of life. Our largest ethnic minority groups come from the Caribbean, the Asian subcontinent and Somalia and we increasingly we see people from a huge range of countries.
We serve patients who may be homeless, struggling with alcohol or drugs, and seeking help to begin piecing life together; at the other end of the spectrum we serve patients who are settled, doing well in life, and who seek help to ensure they remain in the very best of health.
As a practice, we believe passionately in responding to all of our patients' cultural & social agendas. We work closely with a broad & enthusiastic team to help us to do this. As well as the usual range of primary health care team members we have interpreters, drug project liaison workers, counsellors, welfare benefits advisers and many other members in the wider team here.
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