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Emergency helplines

This help is specifically related to support required as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic only.

If you are staying at home and do not have friends, family or neighbours who can help

If you are staying at home because you have Coronavirus symptoms, you are over 70, have a pre-existing health condition or you are pregnant and you do not have friends, family or neighbours who can help you, we are here.

Please call our Staffordshire Cares helpline on 0300 111 8010. A member of staff will be able to answer any questions that you may have and help you to register your details online.

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Latest social care and health news

Schools and Communities Praised for Surge Testing Rally

Schools and local communities in Leek and Cheddleton have been praised for their support of local Covid surge testing, as part of efforts to manage a major outbreak of the Delta Variant of Concern.
Date:
22 June 2021

Residents urged to help reverse rise in cases as some restrictions ease

Public health leaders are urging people in Staffordshire to help halt the recent rise in cases as the easing of some national restrictions come into effect today (Monday 21 June).
Date:
21 June 2021

Thousands of Newcastle school pupils to get tested

Pupils in 14 Newcastle schools are being asked to get tested for Covid-19 after a surge in cases in the area.
Date:
21 June 2021

Warning to residents as Covid-19 cases rise in Newcastle

Residents in Newcastle are being urged to be extra vigilant, get tested, and get vaccinated when eligible, after a sharp rise in Covid-19 cases in the area.
Date:
18 June 2021

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