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Lincolnshire GP Services and Pharmacies – Good Friday and Bank Holiday Monday

GP practice services in Lincolnshire will be operating on both Good Friday and Easter Monday. This support will be in line with the way general practice services are currently being delivered in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The current coronavirus restrictions mean you should not attend a GP surgery unless you have been told to do so.

GP Services

Please note that all GP practices will be available to provide advice and assessment on Friday 10 April (Good Friday) and Monday 13 April (Easter Monday) between 8am and 6.30pm. If patients need medical help for anything other than symptoms of coronavirus (a high temperature or a new, continuous cough) on the Bank Holidays they should ring their own practice for advice.

Practices are offering a range of ways that you can contact them; via telephone, email, or online consultation. Those that usually dispense medicines will continue to offer this service. In addition there are a range of services available including; your local community pharmacy, NHS111, and ASAPLincs.

Patients with COVID-19 symptoms should continue to use the Coronavirus NHS111 online service as the first port of call.

Pharmacy Opening

Almost all Community Pharmacies will be open 2-5 pm as a minimum on Good Friday and Easter Monday and will maintain their normal working hours on Saturday. Easter Sunday will be covered by the usual Easter Sunday Rota. For further information about your local pharmacies please visit the pharmacy website or visit www.nhs.uk