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Coronavirus (COVID-19):
Looking out for each other safely

During this challenging time, it’s really important that we take care of ourselves and others. And that’s the case no matter where you live. Helping in your community is a great way to show that.

We all need to stay at home to protect ourselves and others. However, those who are well and not at risk can provide essential support for their family, friends and neighbours who are in isolation.

Can I help?

We should all be staying at home and only going out for essential reasons to reduce the spread of coronavirus.

However, you can still provide essential support to people who are isolation if you fulfil all of the conditions below:

  • you are well and have no symptoms like a cough or high temperature and nobody in your household does
  • you are under 70
  • you are not pregnant
  • you do not have any health conditions that make you vulnerable to COVID-19

Read the guidance for those at increased risk of severe illness from coronavirus.

How can I help?
How can I help?
Find out how you can help your community safely
Beth ddylwn i wneud os dwi’n gorfod aros adref?
What should I do if I need to self-isolate?
Find out what to do and how to get help
How can I volunteer?
How can I volunteer?
Find out how you can volunteer safely
How can I stay active?
How can I stay active?
Find out how you can stay active safely
How can I look after my wellbeing?
How can I look after my wellbeing?
Find out how you can stay happy at home

Do the little things

If you’re symptom free, and would like to support people who are staying at home because of Coronavirus, here are 5 ways you can help safely.

Watch this video on YouTube

Find out the latest information

For the latest information about coronavirus visit the Welsh Government website.

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