Our internet based Covid 19 resource hub  is to support all disabled people and those with long term health conditions in understanding and managing the pandemic. It will include topics ranging from how to get tested, understanding symptoms, government advice, self-care advice, issues around isolation, as well as employer and employee guidance for those using direct payments or a Personal Health Budget. The hub will be updated daily with their latest developments and guidance. It also includes information in a variety of accessible formats, including words and pictures, videos, etc.

Information is provided below. Click the section you require. You can also use the search button located top right of your screen.

 

Roadmap out of lockdown

4-step plan to ease lockdown in England has been announced.

Recent and upcoming changes

Coronavirus restrictions remain in place across the country, including for people who have been vaccinated. In England:

  • You can meet indoors in a group of up to 6 people or a group of any size from 2 households

  • You can meet outside in a group of up to 30 people
  • Work from home if you can and travel safely
  • If you have symptoms get a test and stay at home

Restrictions are easing across the UK.

From 17 May

The rules for entering England change depending on where you have travelled from outside the UK. Check the rules if you’re entering Scotlandentering Wales or entering Northern Ireland.

You should not travel to red or amber list countries or territories.

If you live in England, you can show your vaccination status when travelling abroad.

In England

A new COVID-19 variant is spreading in some parts of England. Find out what you should do.

From 17 May, you can socialise indoors in a group of up to 6 people or 2 households, including for overnight stays. Up to 30 people can meet outside. Pubs, theatres and other venues can open indoors. Hotels, hostels and B&Bs can open for people on holiday. Read the guidance on what you can do.

 

 

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