UK.Gov has added information for people who are awaiting their first COVID-19 vaccination to their leaflet collection.
Available in leaflet form in English, Braille and large print (available to order.) Easy Read, Albanian, Amharic, Arabic, Bengali, Bulgarian, Chinese, Estonian, Greek, Gujarati, Hindi, Kurdish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Panjabi, Polish, Portuguese Brazilian, Russian, Twi, Ukrainian and Urdu.
Barts Health NHS Trust has produced some translated versions of key facts to help keep people informed about the Covid-19 vaccine.
Devon County Council have created posters for tourism providers to share with their guests in order to help reduce the risk of a local outbreak of coronavirus. They are helpful for anyone travelling within the UK.
Graphic: Arabic, Bengali, Easy Read English, Farsi , Bulgarian , French , Gujarati , Hungarian , Japanese , Korean , Kurdish Sorani , Lithuanian , Polish , Portuguese , Punjabi , Russian , Spanish , Simplified Chinese , Romanian , Tamil , Thai , Turkish , Urdu , Vietnamese
Holidaymaker information – what you need to do if you fall ill with COVID-19 symptoms whilst visiting.
Info sheet: Arabic , Bengali , Bulgarian , Farsi , French , Gujarati , Hungarian , Japanese , Korean, Kurdish Sorani , Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese , Punjabi , Romanian , Russian , Simplified Chinese , Spanish , Tamil , Thai , Turkish , Turkish audio, Urdu , Vietnamese
The COVID-19 page of the Migrant Health Guidehas been updated with a new section about accessing the vaccine for those with no NHS number/those who decline GP registration.
Leeds Public Health and partners have produced 2 booklets (order via PHRC@leeds.gov.uk)
- Keeping safe in your home during coronavirus (multi-generational) – A4 booklet for multi-generational families living in the same home. Includes practical advice and contact details for useful Leeds organisations.
- Keeping well at home – This 24 page booklet highlights tips for staying well at home for older adults including exercise and nutrition and includes useful local contact details.
*Applications will be assessed weekly until end of May 2021, however this could be subject to review. It is advised you submit your application as soon as possible.*
Be Collective are looking for people who live or work in Leeds who want to support their friends, family, neighbours and community to have information about Covid-19 and the vaccine which will help them feel supported, make informed choices and stay safe.
The Building Bridges conference focused on addressing mental health and wellbeing issues and other vulnerabilities among the asylum-seeking population and the importance of looking after the mental health and resilience of all frontline staff.
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