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COVID-19 (Coronavirus)


COVID-19 updates

3:15pm - 1 December

VACCINE DROP IN CLINIC – Wednesday 1st December, 3.15pm - 4.30pm at the Community Vaccination Centre at Beau Sejour

Booster doses are available for those AGED 40 AND OVER, whose second dose was on or before 1 June.

First doses are available for those aged 12 and over. 12-15 year olds will need to attend with a responsible adult. If you have not received an invitation letter for your 12-15 year old, you can still attend, providing that the parent/guardian attends with the child.

Please note, drop-in clinics are for those without a booked appointment.

Adults who have recently been diagnosed with COVID-19 should wait 28 days from the date of their positive diagnosis before receiving their vaccine. Those under 18 should wait 12 weeks.

If someone in your household currently has COVID-19, please do not attend the drop-in clinic. Instead, please call the Vaccine Call Centre on 220006 to arrange a drive through appointment.

If you are experiencing any COVID-19 like symptoms, no matter how mild, please do not attend the Community Vaccination Centre. Instead, contact the Clinical Helpline on 01481 220001 or 01481 220002.

4:15pm - 29 November

Secondary and post-16 students and staff must wear face coverings in communal areas from tomorrow

From tomorrow (Tuesday 30th November 2021), students and staff in secondary and post-16 education settings, and staff in primary schools, must wear face coverings in communal areas.

Read the media release.

COVID-19 testing and cases

Bailiwick of Guernsey

Samples tested
Positive results
Negative results
Awaiting results*
Deaths due to COVID-19**
Additional deaths involving COVID-19***
Number recovered
Known active cases

Wednesday 1 December 2021 - We have 842 (known) active cases of COVID-19 in the Bailiwick as 85 new cases have been identified and 93 people have recovered. Of the 842 current active cases, 838 are in Guernsey & Herm and 1 is in Sark. The attribution for three cases remains outstanding.

Of the 85 new cases, 26 are symptomatic community cases, 4 are through community surveillance, 48 are contacts of a known case and 4 are travel related. The attribution for three cases remains outstanding.

Since the end of the second wave there have been 3,341 cases. Of these cases, 1,266 were unvaccinated, 208 were partially vaccinated and 1,862 were fully vaccinated. The Vaccination status of five cases remains outstanding.

Post second-wave, 6 individuals with COVID have sadly died. There are currently two hospital admissions in the Bailiwick related to COVID-19.

As of 30 November, there are 57 people who are contacts of a positive case and have received ‘Stay at Home’ requests. More at I am a contact of a case | States of Guernsey - COVID-19 (




We have recently changed the way we report COVID-19 deaths. Please see the definitions below.

* Awaiting results indicates people who have had a swab taken and are awaiting a result and does not include inbound travel swabs.

** Deaths due to COVID-19 are deaths with a confirmed underlying cause of COVID-19 following completion of clinical coding by the Office for National Statistics.

*** Additional deaths involving COVID-19 are deaths not yet coded where COVID-19 is mentioned as a cause anywhere on the death certificate. In most but not all instances these will be deaths among active COVID-19 cases and in most but not all cases these deaths will be found to have an underlying cause of COVID-19 when clinical coding has taken place.


The total number of positive cases may not always equal the total number of recovered cases plus the total number of deaths. This is because we are reporting all deaths considered to be from COVID-19, not just the deaths which were confirmed through testing to have COVID-19 (i.e. COVID-19 may feature on a death certificate, but a PCR test may not have taken place before the death occurred).

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