Welsh Government written statement, dated 22nd March 2020, outlining the eligibility for ongoing provision for children who are vulnerable, or whose parents are critical to the Covid-19 response.
See here for the Government’s guidelines (19th March 2020) as to who constitutes “key workers”, and “vulnerable children”
Coronavirus (COVID-19): UK Government Response, here
Guidance on social distancing, and for vulnerable people, here
Download the letter to parents re the Coronavirus, COVID-19 – (5th March 2020), here.
The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) has provided resource packs for school, pupils and parents, that may assist with supporting any increased anxieties as a result of COVID-19.
- Resource pack for young people – school version, here
- Resources pack for Parents – school version, here
See the latest Public Health Wales statement, here.
Public Health Wales Advice for Parents or Carers re COVID-19, here.
Coronavirus poster – “Wash Your Hands”. here.
“If You Think You May Have Coronavirus” poster:-
NHS Coronavirus (COVID-19) Overview, here
What do I do if I think I need a test?
Step One: Go to the online symptom checker for advice.
Step Two: : If advised by the online symptom checker, public health officials say then dial 111. This now applies all over Wales.
You will be then be asked a series of questions to see if you need a further conversation and may then be asked about your travel history and symptoms.
Management say they are dealing with large volumes of calls, are asking people to be patient as there could be a delays but say they are getting back to everyone.