Sources of Advice

The government’s main source of advice on coronavirus includes information on the social distancing alongside a wide range of other information including “how to help people safely. If you would like to keep up-to-date with the government information as it comes out then you can sign up to receive their Covid-19 alerts.

Public Health England (PHE) has FAQs that will be updated regularly. A new PHE weekly national surveillance report has recently been published (23rd April 2020). This report summarises the information from the surveillance systems which are used to monitor the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic in England. A blog has also been published.

Guidance, developed with the Department for Business, Energy and, on Industrial Strategy, aims to assist employers and businesses in providing advice to their staff

The NHS is “rallying the troops” for the war on coronavirus, with volunteers being called up to help vulnerable people stay safe and well at home. To learn more – visit “sign up to become an NHS Volunteer“.

The latest advice on what actions to take if you feel you might be suffering from the symptoms of Coronavirus can be found using the NHS 111 Coronavirus service. Visit the Brockwood website to read the latest advice issued by our local medical practice.

Mole Valley District Council and Surrey County Council are providing updates and advice via their websites and encouraging residents to engage online to alleviate pressure on their customer telephone call centre.

If you have any concerns or queries relating to your personal finance in these challenging times you may wish to visit the Money Saving Expert website that includes sections on Covid-19 – Financial Help and Rights, Covid-19 – Life in Lockdown, Covid-19 Employment and Self Employment and Covid-19 – Travel Rights.

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