NHS AND PUBLIC HEALTH WALES RESOURCES
PROTECTING YOURSELF AND OTHERS
Please stay at home if you or someone you live with have either: a high temperature or a new, continuous cough.
WHAT WE CAN ALL DO -
STAY AT HOME-
Only go outside for food, health reasons and work - where it absolutely cannnot be done from home
Stay 2 metres/ 6 feet away from other people
Wash your hands as soon as you get home
You are all urged to follow the the Government's revised social distancing guidelines.
Anyone who is experiencing symptoms should continue to follow Public Health Wales advice which can be found here: Latest information on Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) from Public Health Wales
IF YOU SUSPECT YOU MAY BE INFECTED -
If you are concerned you may have coronavirus you can check your symptoms using NHS Direct Wales symptom checker.
Get in touch with the NHS team on the Coronavirus hotline service - 111 to get advice on what to do.
If you do have symptoms of coronavirus please follow the advice on Public Health Wales: Self isolation advice
GENERAL HYGIENE PRACTICE
MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES
Infectious disease outbreaks like the current COVID-19 can affect our mental health immensely. It is important to stay informed, but it is equally important to manage our well-being in such worrying times.
Look after your health while you stay at home
Avoid speculation and use reputable/official sources for updates on the situation
Try your best to stay connected with others
Talk to your family
Try not to make assumptions or jump to conclusions
Try to manage how you follow the outbreak on social media