SNAPE CORONAVIRUS ADVICE

Should you, or someone you know, be required to self-isolate, but there is nobody to run errands like shopping or prescription-collection, please remember that the Snape Good Neighbour Scheme is on hand to assist within Snape Parish and the Maltings areas.  So, please leave a message at

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(the number on your fridge magnet) and we will try to help!

 

Also, we'd welcome extra volunteers in readiness for any escalation in the epidemic and/or to cover for existing volunteers who become unavailable.  Just leave your name and contact information, and we'll get back to you.  Thank you.


 

Click on any of the logos below for sources of balanced information.

  Suffolk County Council services affected by coronavirus     GOV.UK: Staying alert and safe (social distancing)
Suffolk information leaflet   Public Health Sfk support UK Government advice
             
NHS overview and advice   BBC News coronavirus Reality Check      
Overview and advice   Reality Check       Where can I get tested?
     
             
Leiston Citizens' Advice: Please note: phone advice only, available at telephone 832 193   GOV.UK:  Get support as a clinically EXTREMELY VULNERABLE PERSON   Local lockdown rules logo as UK map with icons for facemask, shopping basket, family groups, etc.
Phone advice only,
available at ☏ 832 193
 Get support as a clinically
EXTREMELY VULNERABLE PERSON
Local lockdown rules (UK)
         
Suffolk County Council services affected by coronavirus   Mirror newspaper: 13 telltale symptoms of coronavirus   Mind Suffolk: Meet emotional needs while self-isolating
Services affected by coronavirus   13 telltale symptoms of coronavirus   Meet emotional needs
while self-isolating
       
☞  Suggestions for other useful links are most welcome!  Please let the Webmaster know.  Thanks!

 

 

NHS 111 is now available online: Visit 111 dot NHS dot UK  ➡︎ NHS Call 111 when it's less urgent than 999
If you think you have symptoms, click the image above to
connect to NHS 111 Online coronavirus self-assessment. 
  Only call 111 if you can't get help
online or your symptoms worsen.

 

You can visit our Good Neighbours' webpages here.