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National lockdown: Stay at home

Emergency helplines

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

If you are extremely vulnerable to Coronavirus

If you are extremely vulnerable to Coronavirus, you should have received a letter from the NHS telling you what to do to shield yourself from the virus.

Those who are extremely vulnerable need to strictly follow this guidance.

If you are extremely vulnerable and do not have a family member, friend or neighbour who can deliver food and medicine to you, you should:

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

Staffordshire Residents Without Covid Symptoms Urged to Book Tests as New Community Testing Centres Open on Monday

People who must leave their homes during the lockdown are being urged to keep getting tested - as eight new Community Testing Centres open across Staffordshire on Monday. (January 18)
Date:
15 January 2021

County's mass Covid testing blitz ramped up

A fleet of "Let's Get Tested" vans are to be rolled out across the county to bolster Staffordshire County Council's efforts to tackle Covid-19 and test more people without symptoms.
Date:
15 January 2021

Alton Towers Steps In To Help In Covid Battle

Alton Towers Resort is to test both local people and Resort staff without Covid-19 symptoms, as part of efforts to curb the rise in cases across Staffordshire.
Date:
12 January 2021

Libraries see surge in borrowing of health and wellbeing e-books

Staffordshire County Council's library service has revealed its most popular health and self-help e-books, having seen an increase in borrowing during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Date:
12 January 2021

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