Although most legal restrictions have been lifted across the UK, and many people have been vaccinated, it is still possible to catch and spread COVID-19, even if you are fully vaccinated.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) will be a feature of our lives for the foreseeable future, so we need to learn to live with it and manage the risk to ourselves and others. Find out the latest Government guidelines in your area by visiting: www.gov.uk/coronavirus
We have tips and advice for specific areas of your health and wellbeing that may be affected as a result of the current situation, and information on how we can help.
New information is added regularly, so keep checking back and please share with family, friends or colleagues who may find it helpful.
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More about Coronavirus
What is Coronavirus? - Coronavirus COVID-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. It's caused by a virus called coronavirus
It is essential to take steps to reduce the risk of infection in your home – always start by maintaining good hygiene
Test and trace service means that anyone who develops coronavirus symptoms can be tested quickly people in contact with them are traced and alerted
If you have coronavirus symptoms you should get a coronavirus test. You will normally get test results in 48 hours by text, email or phone
What is a pandemic - This means there is a significant and ongoing spread of the virus (disease) in many countries across the world
Everyone is at risk of coronavirus, it is very contagious. Most people infected with coronavirus will experience a mild to moderate illness and will recover without needing any specialist treatment
Wellbeing is generally how comfortable, healthy and happy we feel about ourselves and our own sense of wellbeing is unique to us as individuals
Many of us have felt worried or anxious, the good news is there are simple things you can do to look after your mental & physical health
Evidence suggests that the main way coronavirus is spread is similar to the common cold or flu, through droplets containing the virus when we cough or sneeze
We wanted to take a look at how the pandemic has affected our physical and mental health & wellbeing and explain a bit about why it has affected us so much