Coronavirus Health Advice

Last Updated 16/04/20

Welcome to our dedicated Coronavirus section which brings together a range of essential support services, information and advice in one place.

Please note, this is a rapidly changing situation. While this page will be updated regularly, to ensure you are getting the latest information, please visit the PHE Website for an overview of Coronavirus, or the NHS Website for advice.

What is Coronavirus?

COVID-19, commonly referred to as Coronavirus, is a new viral illness that can affect your lungs and airways.

Symptoms & What to do

Self-Isolation

Social Distancing - Stay Alert

Shielding

Taking Appropriate Precautions

Bury Food Banks for the Vulnerable

Other information and support is availble in Bury to help you through this difficult time. There are a number of helpful digital resources available read. It touches on subjects such as health and fitness, social media, remote working and keeping in touch with loved ones:

Digital Learning Resources: DigitalUnite

Please use the 'Related Advice' and 'Related Links' sections on this page to access information around childcare, families, mental wellbeing and more.

If you are struggling financially during the Coronavirus outbreak please see the Coronavirus (COVID-19): what to do about claiming benefits page

To see what services are avaialble to support you in Bury, please use the 'View All Results' button below.

As more health and government information is distributed, it is important that you utilise this area to access relevent information and services to support you through this difficult time.

You can keep up to date with the current Government news and advice here

NHS Health at Home Campaign

If you need an NHS service, try to do it online first. If you cannot get what you need this way or do not have internet access, try asking a friend or family member to help you, or speak to your GP surgery on the phone.

https://www.nhs.uk/health-at-home/

Drink Aware Survey

Many people don’t always know how much alcohol they drink and whether their drinking has an impact on their health. This self-assessment questionnaire can help you identify if your relationship with alcohol is about right, or if the amount you drink is risky to your health. We use a certified audit tool that is used internationally by medical professionals.

Communities in Charge of Alcohol 

*Information on accessing Coronavirus guidance in different languages can be found in the 'Related Advice' section. You can also use the 'Google Translate' tool on The Bury Directory to access our information in over 100 languages.

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