It is important that you continue to receive the care and support you need to help you stay safe and well.
Any carers or visitors who support you, or a child or young person in your care, with everyday needs, can continue to visit. They should follow social distancing guidance where close or personal contact is not required.
They should do so unless they have any of the symptoms of coronavirus (a new continuous cough, a high temperature, or a loss of, or change in, their normal sense of taste or smell).
If you are suffering from long-term medical symptoms related to Covid, you should, of course speak to your GP. However, if you are not happy with the care you have been given, you can contact the Patient Advice & Liaison Service (PALS) who can assist with any concerns you may have, provide independent advice and resolve problems. Tel: 01925 27 5512; Out of hours tel: 01925 66 2281 (24 hour voicemail); Email: email@example.com
NHS services may also be delivered in a different way or in a different place than you are used to, for example via an online consultation, but if you do need to go to hospital or attend another health facility for planned care, extra planning and protection will be put in place.
You should also continue to access support from the NHS Volunteer Responders if required, including help with shopping and medicines delivery, a regular, friendly phone call, and transport to and from medical appointments.
Visit the NHS Volunteer Responders website, or call 0808 196 3646, between 8am and 8pm to arrange support.
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