This section contains the latest information from Government regarding support and advice during the Covid 19 outbreak.
The intention is to give clear practical advice to constituents about the action they need to take. All the clinical guidance is provided by the NHS and the Chief Medical Officer Professor Chris Whitty. It is essential that we listen to official advice based on recognised science rather than follow some of the misleading and often scaremongering stories on social media.
This section of the site has information on health advice, infortmation on economic support, updates on schools, and on ways you can help volunteer to help others in the community.
At this difficult time we all can and need to play our part. Hopefully the information in this section provides the informtation you need through this trying time. I have no doubt that we will get through the difficult few months ahead.
For further information, please email Julian on firstname.lastname@example.org
For further assistance, the following Government hotlines are available:
Business Support & Venitlators: 0300 456 3565
HMRC: 0800 015 9559
Universal Credit: 0800 328 5644
School Closures: 0800 046 8687
NHS: Only call 111 if you cannot get help online at 111.nhs.uk
If you’re able to help others at this time, either remotely or with limited contact with others, you can register with City of York Council here.
If you’re a retired clinician considering returning to the NHS to help the fight against Covid 19, you can find more information here