The OMI and Friday Flyer team have put together some helpful suggestions and a list of advice outlining the current coronavirus situation in Calderdale.
The list is by no means exhaustive. For current, uptodate information, always refer to official channels. These are listed at the end of this article.
The information in this article is accurate at the time of posting.
Lockdown – restrictions
Stay at home is the advisory.
Only go for groceries or emergencies. You can also go out once for exercise.
If you have coronavirus symptoms: Isolate. Do not go to your GP. Call 111 for advice. Only request assistance if symptoms become severe.
If you must commute, observe social distancing where possible.
Always wear a face mask in closed spaces. If you are exempt from wearing face coverings, have supporting documentation at hand.
Children under the age of 11 do need a face mask.
Health and wellbeing
Clinically vulnerable should shield
Covid and diabetes: Having diabetes does not make you more likely to catch coronavirus. It may make it worse however.
The vaccine is deemed to be safe.
Vaccination is prioritised for the elderly, vulnerable and keyworkers.
Do not contact the NHS requesting vaccination. The NHS will contact you when it is your turn.
As we do more online and there is concern, scams are on the rise.
Protect yourself online.
Be wary of people approaching you, selling coronavirus vaccine. The vaccine is presently not for sale.
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