Government Guidelines about Covid-19 and Self-Isolation can be found at

   When to self-isolate and what to do - Coronavirus (COVID-19) - NHS (www.nhs.uk)

[As of 4th October, this means as below, but please always check the latest Government advice.]

In summary, if you have tested positive for Covid-19, you should self-isolate, straight away (which
includes that you should NOT play League table tennis).

If you have symptoms of Covid-19, you should get a PCR test (i.e. a test that is sent off to a lab) and you
should self-isolate, straight away.

If someone you live with has symptoms of Covid-19 or has tested positive for Covid-19, OR you've been
told to self-isolate following contact with someone who tested positive, you should get a PCR test (i.e. a
test that is sent off to a lab) and you should self-isolate, straight away. **

** Officially, you do not need to self-isolate if any of the following apply :
     [ However, please carefully also consider the final points below - to help prevent spreading the virus! ]
  • you're fully vaccinated – this means 14 days have passed since your final dose of a COVID-19 vaccine given by the NHS
  • you're under 18 years, 6 months old
  • you're taking part or have taken part in a COVID-19 vaccine trial
  • you're not able to get vaccinated for medical reasons

Even if you do not have to self-isolate, you should still:

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