When a clinically extremely vulnerable person registers online as needing support with food, their data is shared with supermarkets. This means if they make an online order with a supermarket (as both a new or existing customer), they will be eligible for a priority slot. Registration for priority slots remains open until 17 July. If a person meets the criteria to get support from the NHS.
NEWSLETTER FOR JANUARY 2013 Hopping around the gospels Easter is not just one day, but a season of fity days ending at Pentecost (Whit Sunday), with readings from the gospels about Christ's resurrection appearances, and from Acts about the infant.
Information about Arthritis available as one leaflet or video link in Arabic, Bengali, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Mandarin, Polish, Welsh. Baby Centre A range of popular BabyCentre health information articles for pregnant women and new mothers, in a range of languages. Each article is available as a web page or a PDF document (print-friendly and.
Suggestions for supporting vulnerable populations during COVID-19 outbreaks. Provide clear instructions about how to wash hands and cover coughs using: the most commonly used language in the community; short messages that explain simple steps they can take; large font and graphics; accessible instructions (e.g., braille, pictoral).
What's in a name: Rohingya or Bengali? Recent weeks have been teeming with interesting news about Myanmar, including United States President Barack Obama’s visit, the gathering of world leaders in Nay Pyi Taw for ASEAN, the intense debate in parliament over the constitution and Senior General Min Aung Hlaing’s interview with Voice of America.
Urgent help and support COVID-19 helpline. Skip to: How we can help. If you, a family member, friend, or close member of your community are in need of urgent help that is not medical related, then please contact us through our urgent support contact form or helpline. We will prioritise helping the following people who live in Barnet: people defined on medical grounds as extremely vulnerable.
Stay Safe, Be Kind. Breadcrumb. Home; Coronavirus advice and information; Stay Safe, Be Kind How to help yourself and others during COVID-19. Stay Safe. This section tells you all about how to keep yourself and others safe during COVID-19, also known about coronavirus. Here you will find information about social distancing, self-isolation and shielding, what to do if you think you might have c.
This means you must: stay at home as much as possible; work from home if you can; limit contact with other people; keep your distance if you go out (2 metres apart where possible) wash your hands regularly; Do not leave home if you or anyone in your household has symptoms. Our Public Health team has provided information on health and wellbeing during COVID-19, including support to stop.