Staying up to date
To stay up to date with the latest local news on coronavirus please visit our news page.
For the latest information on local testing see here (22 Nov 2020)
More information and resources
Please visit this page
Read our updates on what the NHS is doing locally to respond to coronavirus:
As you find yourself recovering from COVID-19 you may still be coming to terms with the impact the virus has had on both your body and mind.
These changes should get better over time, some may take longer than others, but there are things you can do to help.
Your COVID Recovery helps you to understand what has happened and what you might expect as part of your recovery.
Visit the Your COVID Recovery website.
New phone line launched to support you during the coronavirus outbreak.
Guide Dogs are providing answers and information for people with sight loss and their families during the coronavirus outbreak. They can help you identify ways to continue living actively, independently, and well, refer you to their other services or help you access services by other providers. Please call 0800 781 1444 between 9 am - 5 pm Monday to Friday.
Guide Dogs has changed the way it provides services in response to social distancing, with every channel being used flexibly to give you choice and access to expertise and advice promptly. For example, Guide Dogs staff can now arrange to contact you regularly by phone to provide individual support through the social isolation period. To access this and other services available, please call 0800 781 1444 between 9 am - 5 pm Monday to Friday or visit the website to find out more.
Deafblind customers who use BSL should contact Guide Dogs via the webpage, clicking on the SignVideo logo on the right hand side, or through a SignVideo app. This connects you to a SignVideo interpreter who will then connect to the information line.
You can read the recent newsletter from our partners Opening Doors here
For COVID-related information in a variety of languages please see here.
You can find information on how to look after your well-being during the COVID-19 outbreak on Wellbeing Norfolk and Suffolk website.
If you are vulnerable or at risk and need help with shopping, medication or other essential supplies, please call 0808 196 3646 (8am to 8pm).
The Government is committed to supporting local councils and voluntary sector organisations to respond to those who have specific support needs and requirements during the COVID-19 pandemic. Details of the support and advice available can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/find-coronavirus-support
The updated shielding guidance should not affect any social care or support you were receiving prior to the start of shielding.
Individuals should continue to contact their local council if they have any ongoing social care needs.
Cyber Aware is the UK government's advice on how to stay secure online during coronavirus.
Many of us are spending more time online. Keep yourself and your family secure by following our advice. Follow this link (It's safe)
For advice from BOC watch this short video
- Large print handwashing poster
- Easy read advice on the coronavirus
- Easy read advice on self-isolation
- Easy read advice on staying at home and away from others
- My plan for staying in
- Easy read information from Public Health England
- Hospitals and coronavirus
- Coronavirus information from the Down's Syndrome Association
- How to wash your hands video from Mencap
- Healthwatch Norfolk
- Healthwatch Suffolk
If you or someone you live with are exhibiting symptoms of coronavirus, use the NHS 111 isolation note service to provide a note for your employer.
NWCCG has been asking local people their concerns about the Covid Vaccination programme and developing myth buster and FAQ documents to support the national information.