HALE services and local updates during the pandemic

Coronavirus Updates

Current HALE Services

Although how we can deliver our services continues to evolve, we are still very much here to help. If you feel you may benefit from our support during this time please ring 01274 271088 or email us info@haleproject.org.uk

We continue to work closely with other local charities and health providers to be able to support the community in the best way we can. Services happening across Bradford can be found here. This list is checked and updated weekly (where possible).


Latest Restrictions for the Bradford area

Similarly to the rest of England, Bradford has moved to ‘Plan B’ restrictions following the emergence of COVID-19’s ‘Omicron’ variant.

These restrictions include:

  • Members of the public must show ‘Covid Passes’, demonstrating they are fully vaccinated, have had a negative PCR test in the past 48 hours, or have a medical exemption; to gain access to any events with 10,000 or more attendees, such as live sporting or musical events, amongst many others.
  • Face coverings are now compulsory on all forms of public transport, shops and supermarkets, places of worship and most other indoor venues. For a full list, click here.
  • Anyone who can work from home is expected to do so; and those unable to work remotely are asked to take regular lateral flow tests, and self-isolate if instructed.

For a complete list of current restrictions, click here:


In line with current medical advice, everyone over the age of 18 who has previously received two vaccinations against COVID-19 is entitled to a booster jab before the end of 2021. For more information on booster vaccines against COVID-19, click here.

Meanwhile, anyone aged 12 and over, who has previously had one or zero jabs against COVID-19, is entitled to a first or second vaccination; although with a 12 week gap between doses for those under 18, and an 8 week gap for those aged 18 and over.

For a full list of vaccine information, and instructions on how to book an appointment, click here:

For a full list of permanent vaccination sites across the region, click here:, and for a list of upcoming walk-in vaccination events in Bradford, click here:

Where can I get a Covid-19 Test in Bradford?

There is currently a mix of ways and locations you can get tested if you live in Bradford. There are mobile units that may be in your area as well as the fixed drive-through and walk-in centres. If you can not get to any of these places and need a test you can also order a test through the post.

Find out how, when and where to get a test here:

What are the symptoms of COVID-19?

Most people with COVID-19 will have at least one of these symptoms:
• A high temperature.
• A new, continuous cough.
• A change in sense of taste or smell.
If you have any of these symptoms, you should have a test.

However, with a significant percentage of people catching COVID-19 ‘asymptomatically’ (carrying the disease without showing symptoms); anyone who regularly uses public transport, frequently works in the workplace or meets people in public is encouraged to test regularly and follow any instructions from NHS Test and Trace.

For more details on the common symptoms of COVID-19, click here.


Further information:
Watch this helpful video for a step-by-step guide on what to expect when visiting a local testing site:

For more information about COVID-19, visit this link: https://www.bradford.gov.uk/health/health-advice-and-support/coronavirus-covid-19-advice/

Telephone: 01274 271088

Fax: 01274 710843

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