Where can you find the latest information about coronavirus (COVID-19)?

To make sure you're up to date with the latest advice, information and resources about coronavirus, take a look at our list from reputable sources.
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It's important that we provide the public, our staff and volunteers, as well as the wider health and social care sector with up-to-date and accurate information about coronavirus. 

There's a growing number of resources available online, but we need to ensure what we share is relevant and comes from reputable sources. To help you do this, we've pulled together a list of the latest information. Many of these resources include alternative formats, such as easy read or BSL.

The most important information you can share

Please continue to share the latest information about COVID-19 from the Government and the NHS in your communications.

1. Public advice and information

To get the latest advice and information go to the government website.

You can also visit the Healthwatch England public site for more information. You are able to use this copy for your own sites and add local content and advice to help people near you.

A range of issue specific charities have produced advice around COVID-19 and certain health conditions. Visit the NHS website to see the full collection.

We've provided links to a number of other areas of care below.

If you're pregnant:

If you're deaf/hard of hearing:

If you're homeless:

If you're a carer:

If you're a young person:

If you need support with end of life care:

If you have autism:

4. Information in alternative formats

Easy read

Translated materials

What are people telling you about their experiences of COVID-19?

We want to know what COVID-19 advice and information people are asking you for or issues they are raising. This is so we can spot any gaps in information, identify any issues and keep Government and the NHS informed. Let us know the issues people are raising with you.

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