Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Highland

We continue to follow national guidance regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and we are working closely with Public Health and other partners in the Highlands and Islands Local Resilience Partnership. Highland has now exited Level 0 in line with the rest of Scotland.

 

Preparing for COVID-19 vaccination

We will be supporting our partners in Public Health and Scottish Government in rolling out the COVID-19 vaccination programme.

NHS vaccine updates

Principles everyone expected to follow after exiting Level 0

Read updated advice everyone should follow as Scotland exits level 0.

Principles everyone expected to follow after exiting Level 0, read more

Community Asymptomatic Testing

A new community testing programme offers rapid COVID-19 tests for people without symptoms.

Community Asymptomatic Testing, read more

COVID-19 Free Helpline

If you can offer help or need help call 0300 303 1362

COVID-19 Free Helpline, read more

Self-isolation Support Grants

Support grant for those who receive low-income benefits and who will lose income as a result of being required to self-isolate.

Self-isolation Support Grants, read more

Local coronavirus support

Advice and support for communities affected by local coronavirus clusters.

Local coronavirus support, read more

Riverside Way strategic active travel corridor made permanent

17 Feb 2022

A Road Traffic Regulation Order is to be made permanent for Ness Walk – Bught Road in Inverness.

Funding boost for Inverness play areas and paths

17 Feb 2022

To help families during the pandemic recovery play parks in 5 Inverness Wards will be repaired and improved with COVID-19 funding.

Committee thanks staff for Covid grant support work

2 Feb 2022

Economy and Infrastructure Committee Chair, Cllr Trish Robertson took the opportunity to thank staff working hard over the last two years to deliver a number of different Covid-19 business grants.

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