People infected with COVID-19 can have very mild or no respiratory symptoms (asymptomatic) and can transmit the virus to others without being aware of it. In line with recent recommendations from the UK Government, we are introducing new measures to keep visitors, patients, and staff safe. From Monday, 15th June 2020 you will need to
In response to the Coronavirus outbreak, to help us maintain social distancing and reduce the risk to our staff and patients, we made the difficult decision to restrict visiting across the Trust. We know that staying in touch with loved ones is really important during a hospital stay, so to help patients and their families
Up to date guidance in plain English can be found here – www.nhs.uk/coronavirus Health Education England have collated trusted, accessible online patient information resources on COVID-19 – library.nhs.uk/coronavirus-resources A range of resources in different languages and formats can be found below. Written information: Doctors of the world have translated the NHS guidance into 36 languages PHE
This information has been put together in response to the dietary challenges people may currently be facing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. This advice is for: Older adults with a poor appetite who are social distancing or may be recovering from COVID-19 Healthy adults who want general advice on healthy eating and diet
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