Think you may have Coronavirus?
CLICK HERE to check if you have Corona Virus symptoms and what to do next.
Help the NHS Respond to Coronavirus
Use the quick NHS coronavirus status checker to tell us about your current experience of the virus.This will help the NHS plan its response to coronavirus by showing where the virus is spreading and how it affects people.
The most up-to-date guidance to testing and local test locations can be found on this webpage.
Guidance for children returning to School
The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health has issued detailed guidance about children returning to school, including symptoms of covid and common colds. The summary of the advice is:
From this available evidence we believe that children with simple cold symptoms such as coryzal symptoms (runny noses) or sore throats without fever who would normally have attended schools in other times should not be tested for COVID-19.
This is in agreement with current PHE guidance for deciding when to test. These symptoms are:
- new continuous cough
- fever/high temperature
- loss of, or change in, sense of smell or taste.
Following this guidance allows the identification of children most likely to be infected and help detect any emerging outbreak.
Need help whilst staying at home?
Leeds City Council have a Help-Line you can contact during the current crisis.
If you are self-isolating and you do not have friends or family who live locally who can help, you can get help from Voluntary Action Leeds.
Phone: 0113 378 1877
Advice on mental well-being while you're staying at home
10 tips to help if you are worried about coronavirus.
CLICK HERE to find out more
Do you want to volunteer to help the NHS?
You can help people at high risk of getting seriously ill from coronavirus by joining the NHS Volunteer Responders.
CLICK HERE to find out more
A BIG Thank You
The Big Thank You celebrates all the incredible things that people in Leeds are doing to help others during the current coronavirus situation.
From staff and carers on the frontline, to the people who remove our rubbish and keep the power on, from food suppliers keeping shelves stocked and deliveries coming, to volunteers looking out for the more vulnerable people in your area; there has never been a better time to show your appreciation for the key workers and carers in our community.
To find out more CLICK HERE
Resources in alternative formats and languages other than English
This page includes:
- Translated materials for our “your NHS is here for you” campaign
- Translated videos explaining changes to GP appointments
- Translated materials explaining Coronavirus symptoms, social distancing rules and myth busters
CLICK HERE for access to these resources
The South Asian Health Foundation have also put together some resources and links in South Asian Languages to follow for advice during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Useful links to help you manage your health during the coronavirus pandemic
Allergy CLICK HERE for more information
Asthma CLICK HERE for more information
COPD (Lung conditions ) CLICK HERE for more information
Diabetes CLICK HERE for more information
Heart disease CLICK HERE for more information
Stroke CLICK HERE for more information
Joint and muscle conditions CLICK HERE for more information
Maternity CLICK HERE for more information
Pregnancy advice CLICK HERE for more information
Coronavirus Information In Other Languages CLICK HERE for more information