Do You live in England?

Are you, or someone you know, considered

extremely vulnerable to the effects of the corona virus?

Read on to find out:

How to Get Corona Virus Support in the UK

How to get coronavirus support for someone in the UK

Important message from the UK Government to extremely vulnerable people.

The UK Government has announced that all people in England who are extremely vulnerable to the effects of the new corona virus will be able to get help. Special arrangements are also available for people in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Go to www.gov.uk to register if you, or someone you know, have a medical condition that makes you extremely vulnerable to the coronavirus. If you qualify, you will be able to ask for help getting deliveries of essential supplies like food and medication organised.

If you’re not sure whether your medical condition makes you extremely vulnerable, register anyway. Someone will contact you and make an assessment of your situation and let you know what kind of support you may be entitled to. If your condition does not make you extremely vulnerable, they will still be able to give you advice. 

You can register yourself or someone else, which is good if you have a family member or loved one you are concerned about.

If you know, or have access to, your NHS number, this will be useful to have when you register. You can find your number on any letter the NHS has sent you and on your prescription slips.

If you live in the UK, but not in England, there is information for you too on gov.uk.

Click on this link to register with the UK Government’s Support Service

But please, please, please do not register for this service if you are not in a high risk group!

Thank you for your understanding!

This service is a life line for many people in our community, and their health and safety depends on access to food and medication. Please, allow the Government’s support service to be readily available for those who need to isolate themselves during the pandemic.

And if you are one of us who have been forced into hibernation now – you are not alone and we will get through this together. Just hang in there, my friend.

Much love, 

//Evalena 💜🖤


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Evalena Styf
M/S Resilience

After 25 years of anonymous blogging on a number of free platforms, Evalena Styf decided to go pro and put all of her writings on a private wall. In her personal blog, she primarily writes about: personal and professional development; living the dream; and how to go on living, and loving, when everything seems to be falling apart.

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