Latest advice and guidance

Stay At Home: New changes from 8th March

As of 5th January 2021, the entire country will be subject to new lockdown restrictions, and everyone must stay at home. Read this article to find out what this means for you, what you can and can't do, and important information you need to know.

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COVID-19 Vaccinations FAQ

When will I get the vaccine? Where is it distributed? Find the answers to all your questions about the COVID-19 vaccine below in this FAQ.

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Can I be tested for coronavirus?

Testing is a key pillar of the Government's strategy to protect the NHS and save lives. The testing capacity has been expanded to include anyone with symptoms (in England).

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Shielding and protecting clinically extremely vulnerable people

We are currently undergoing our third national lockdown, which means there is updated government guidance on protecting those who are extremely vulnerable and more at risk from coronavirus.

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Advice for caring for a friend or family member

This guidance is for anyone who cares, unpaid, for a friend or family member who, due to a lifelong condition, illness, disability, serious injury, a mental health condition or an addiction, cannot cope without their support.

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Information for children, young people and families

We have brought together coronavirus advice and information targetted to children, young people and families.

It includes information for teenagers and resources to help you answer questions you child or young person has about coronavirus.

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Stay at home for households with possible or confirmed coronavirus infection

It is very important that people with symptoms that may be due to coronavirus and their household stay at home. Staying at home will help control the spread of the virus to others, particularly the most vulnerable.

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Traveling abroad during Coronavirus

If you are planning on traveling abroad, read the below guidance on what you need to do, including the travel corridors list, completing your passenger locator form and taking part in the optional Test to Release scheme.

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Finding support

Coronavirus and domestic abuse

As a result of coronavirus outbreak, many victims of Domestic Abuse face additional challenges and barriers to accessing support.

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Coronavirus and looking after your wellbeing

It is a worrying time and it is really important that we also look after our mental health. It is OK to feel anxious, scared, low or frustrated, everyone will respond differently and there is no right way to feel.

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Coronavirus and your dental care

From 8 June, dental practices are able to reopen. Practices will prioritise patients with the most urgent need. Read the latest advice on how to access dental care.

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Accessible formats of coronavirus guidance

We have compiled the latest government advice in accessible formats- Easy Read, British Sign Language, Audio, Translations and Large Print.

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