NHS App Support Drop In – Delamere Practice 22nd May 2pm – 5pm

The way you order your repeat medication is changing, from 1st September 2024, pharmacies will no longer be accepting your repeat prescription requests, we ask that you use the NHS App, a simple and secure way to order your repeat prescriptions on your smartphone or tablet. For further help and assistance see: https://nhs-digital.zendesk.com/hc/en-gb . We will

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Government Emergency Alert 23rd April 2023

Emergency Alerts is a UK government service that will warn you if there’s a danger to life nearby. In an emergency, your mobile phone or tablet will receive an alert with advice about how to stay safe. The government does not need to know your phone number or location to send you an alert.

This will ping out an alert to ALL phones, consisting of a 10 second alarm alongside a vibration. This alert will sound EVEN IF THE PHONE IS ON SILENT. This could potentially pose a risk to domestic abuse victims who have a concealed phone.

The alerts can be silenced in advance of this test if the alert could pose a risk to domestic abuse victims with a concealed phone :

Please note that simply silencing your phone will not stop the transmission or noise of these alerts.

Opt Out – iPhone:

• To opt out, search your settings for ‘emergency alerts’ and turn off Severe alerts and Emergency alerts.

• If this does not work, contact your device manufacturer.

• For further advice go to gov.uk/alerts/opt-out

Opt Out Android phones and tablets:

• To opt out, search your settings for ‘emergency alerts’ and turn off Severe alerts and Emergency alerts.

• On Huawei devices running EMUI 11 or older, search your settings for ‘emergency alerts’ and please turn off “Extreme threats”, “Severe threats” and “Show amber alerts”

• If this does not work, contact your device manufacturer