Coronavirus (COVID-19) Restrictions in Trafford Information for residents Information for businesses Financial support and benefits Employment support Emergency response fund Understanding universal credit Test and Trace self-isolation support payments Schools From Tuesday 5 January all children will learn remotely until February half term. Colleges, primary (reception onwards) and secondary schools will remain open for vulnerable children and the children of critical workers. To find out more read the UK Government guidance page. Testing in schools and colleges What to do if… - advice for children and parents COVID-19 advice for schools Schools re-opening information Testing Anyone who has symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) can get a free test to check if they have the virus. Some people without symptoms can have the test too. Coronavirus testing in Trafford Test and Trace self-isolation payment for people who test positive Vaccination NHS information about the COVID-19 vaccine Who can get the COVID-19 vaccine Trafford's COVID-19 vaccination programme Getting to your vaccination appoinment Food and medical support For help and support with food and medical supplies contact the Trafford Community Response Line on 0808 278 7803. The line will be open Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5.30pm View details of the other community hubs in Greater Manchester Read more about the Community Response line Support and advice for people who are clinically extremely vulnerable. Translate these web pages into various languages You can translate all of our coronavirus information and advice into 36 of the most widely spoken languages using our 'Browsealoud' function, accessed by clicking on the icon at the bottom of every web page.